Your skill will accomplish
what the force of many cannot
Great post. I've linked to here from New Monks Info Page as the first link.
To help newbies out as much as possible I think a little spoon feeding is the order of the day so adding inline links every time you mention a potentially (for a newbie) jargon term might help make this node even more useful than it already is.
I love your description of Tom's idiots CGI guide prose. As per our /msg discussion here are some links I think might add value. If you just inline them into the existing text if someone does not know what a term means the answer will be there. I've escaped them so you can just cut and paste them from here:
[use warnings vs. perl -w|"-w" or "use warnings;"] turns on all sorts of warnings about probable errors.
[perlman:lib:diagnostics|use diagnostics;] # optional; causes warnings to be explained in greater detail.
[perlman:lib:strict|"use strict"] generates compile and run-time errors for certain unsafe variable, reference and subroutine constructs.
<a href="http://www.perl.com/CPAN/">Comprehensive Perl Archive Network</a>
For module installation problems [A detailed How-To for locally installing modules|a detailed How-To for locally installing modules] and [Installing modules on Win32|installing modules on Win32] may be helpful.
CGI.pmfor reasons why you should be using CGI.pm see [use CGI or die;|use CGI or die] and [No excuses about not using CGI.pm|no excuses for not using CGI.pm].
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