Why are you yelling? You seem very excited.... :)
What you need is a template processing solution. I use
Template::Toolkit myself. What you can do is:
<input type="text" name="foo" value="[% bar %]">
in you html. The html form is printed by the template
processor (ie. Template::Toolkit or whatever), and all variables
within the special tags (in this case [% %} are replaced.
I am sure that CGI.pm offers a solutions as well, but I don't
use it for this so I don't know the syntax but you easy research
that if you decide to go that way.
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