in reply to How to prevent a Reload from resubmitting a form?
But whenever i refresh the page, the the entered values are getting inserted again.How can i prevent this ????
Your form is set up with an HTTP POST handler. Per RFC 2616, POST requests may be non-idempotent (i.e., their processing can affect changes on the server, such as inserting a row into a database). For this reason, browsers (by default) force the user to confirm their intention to re-submit their request with a very conspicuous pop-up.
GET requests, on the other hand, can (in theory) be re-submitted all day long with no change. In practice, however, there is nothing preventing CGI developers from having their GET requests do most of the same things POST requests can, and it's not that uncommon, either. So don't think that switching over to GET will solve your issue.
This is not a very Perl-ish response, because while you did have a Perl CGI, the root issue really comes down to a better understanding of CGI. To that end, have a gander at http://www.w3schools.com/, POST (Wikipedia), and use CGI; for a decent head start.