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Same sentiment here. Basically, the options are as follows:

1) no attempt at separation - the perl script contains both code and html

2) some attempt at separation - part of the logic is moved to the template

3) strict separation - no html in code

(3) gives you clean and highly maintainable code but is hard to achieve in some cases. I've been through (1) and the result is ugly and difficult-to-maintain code (which has lots of html in it). (2) seems like a neat solution :)

In reply to Re: HTML - sharing design and logic by kiat
in thread HTML - separating design and logic by muba

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