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There is no SQL injection, all code is protected. Please supply any example where it is not.

I linked the xample. 1) you don't use $dbh->quote, 2) you don't use placeholders 3) you interpolate variables into $dbh->do

2. CGI is bloated. The internal method is MUCH faster.

*sigh* So you didn't read use CGI or die, congratulations, this is the last time I give you advice :)

Don't have enough functions ...

:|

4. No strict refs impossible when using &{$..} as far as I'm aware.

Gee, kinda why I said to use pluggable and real actual modules not .functions

Have a nice day


In reply to Re^3: The most powerful CMS developed in Perl (not spam, sounds that way) (without functions) by Anonymous Monk
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