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This is a fantastic tutorial Ovid. Thank you for creating it. I've already suggested it to a friend who is very new to perl and cgi. I also gave you a (well deserved) rating.

I find CGI-Resource to be rather shoddy. Your tutorial blows the other tutorials out of the water. The highest ranked tutorial doesn't even use strict or taint checking, and has hand rolled CGI parsing. I just don't understand why people would do such a thing.

Thanks again.


In reply to Re: Lesson Four, Part 2 of online CGI course by coolmichael
in thread Lesson Four, Part 2 of online CGI course by Ovid

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