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Re^16: somethign wrong with the sumbit

by Nik
on Jan 03, 2008 at 12:36 UTC ( #660180=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^15: somethign wrong with the sumbit
in thread somethign wrong with the sumbit

First of all iam not a programmer and i dont have a boss that put me do this
I do this on my spare time trying to make a simple website with perl

I've been writing to this thread 3-4 days now, to finally understand whats going on and the 2 string wont match and you tell me this is one of code i need to add and you cant tell me what this lien is?

I'm reading all your posts over and over to finally see the light and i still dont see why those string wont match
Also i dont know how to tell perl to encode the returned form string to utf8 encoding because i have no idea what sort of string the browser is sending back to index.pl.

Why are having endless conversations and i still aint able to understand whats wrong. Its not that iam not trying, i am. I couldnt run your script in the browser to be able to understand better and you didnt anser to my last post.

I can and will write the line of code needed myself as long as i know what encoding is the string that is returned back from the browser. If i dont know its source encodign then how am i supposed to run this Encode::from_to($_, 'what encoding here?', 'utf-8') ?


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Re^17: somethign wrong with the sumbit
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 03, 2008 at 13:42 UTC
    Encode::Guess?
      Well if there was such a perl module i would use it but there isnt.

      Its still a mystery for me what kind of string the browser sent back to my index.pl and although i printit and looks exactly the same with the strign before the form submission it does NOT match.

      I'm stuck. If the browser aint supposed at any way to change the script(not even by encoding mean) thay why the returned string doesnt match? please help.

        "Well if there was such a perl module i would use it but there isnt."

        Are you sure? Did you even look? Encode::Guess looks real enough to me. Please check your facts before posting.

        Update, Glad to see you have still learned nothing from this or this, or come to think of it, any other post you have ever made here.

        Martin

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