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questions looks clear as day to me. He has a psql table, and he's using perl probably for a cgi script. He wants to use the # of rows value inside his cgi script. But he doesn't know how to find this out. I'd like to know too.

In reply to Re: Answer: How can I pass number of rows value in psql table into HTML? by Anonymous Monk
in thread How can I pass number of rows value in psql table into HTML? by Anonymous Monk

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