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Re: tag attributes and underscores

by trammell (Priest)
on Dec 15, 2004 at 21:29 UTC ( #415197=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to tag attributes and underscores

I found this in perldoc CGI:
Many routines will do something useful with a named argument that it doesn't recognize. For example, you can produce non-standard HTTP header fields by providing them as named arguments: print $q->header(-type => 'text/html', -cost => 'Three smackers', -annoyance_level => 'high', -complaints_to => 'bit bucket'); This will produce the following nonstandard HTTP header: HTTP/1.0 200 OK Cost: Three smackers Annoyance-level: high Complaints-to: bit bucket Content-type: text/html Notice the way that underscores are translated automatically into hyphens. HTML-generating routines perform a different type of translation.

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Re^2: tag attributes and underscores
by Hero Zzyzzx (Curate) on Dec 16, 2004 at 02:14 UTC

    This is a solved issue, but to reply to your question: I've read and referred to the CGI docs probably hundreds of times. I feel I've got a pretty good grasp on most everything the module does.

    My question was specifically about how one would control/turn off the "underscore to hyphen" translation. Thanks, though!

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