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I sincerely appreciate the kind words from mt2k. No worries though I knew I would draw critism on my usage of code. As a matter of fact I counted on it! :) Even if I had no idea about the rating system.

I do hope those that have critic'd this program come back to see the changes I have made because of their comments. I have used more of CGI.pm and even figured out how to use crypt(). I have added a feature (?img) and have attempted to clean up code all over (especially in the logging)

I admit, I still haven't incorporated use strict;. It is not that I haven't tried. I just for some reason can't grasp it. How do I use variables between subroutines. If anyone is bored and has the time to convert this with use strict; including comments on usage I would be most gracious. Ofcourse I don't expect such things, but it may help me to understand its usage better. (before you tell me to read about strict I promise I have read everything at both perldoc.com and perlmonks.org)

If you are wondering what the code looked like when I first posted just visit here. I hope you can say you see a positive difference in my code. Please feel free to show me a better way to do any of this. Again I am here to learn and learn I shall! :)

~uber

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In reply to Re: Be Nice To Newbies! by UberDragon13
in thread html/file security cgi [revisited] by UberDragon13

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