in reply to RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Get those parameters without CGI.pm
in thread Get those parameters without CGI.pm
Ever think that I might have been trying to learn how to use differant parts of Perl, and this just happened to be a way I could work on a few things? It doesn't mean I was trying to learn how to use a foreach loop, how to get a users cookie, or even how to get things from a form. That bit of code was just how it came out. I started programming something I needed to work on, and decided I could use it for this. So I did. And it works for what I need it to. I never said that every single person who programs CGI should use it. I simply posted it here so anyone who happened to find it useful could use it, and maybe give some helpful feedback on it.
RE:(9) Get parameters... (Encouragement)
by Russ (Deacon) on Jun 23, 2000 at 04:04 UTC
Thank you for your willingness to share with us. I think
most of us love to learn new things, and Perl
Monks is such a great place because of people like you who
are willing to share their discoveries and puzzlements,
their ideas and questions, their successes and failures.
Don't be discouraged. You posted code which duplicated
that of an extrememly well-known CPAN module. Therefore,
everyone feels "qualified" to criticize. The comments
about specifics in your code? Take them as constructive.
The comments which seem a bit more, shall we say, inflammatory?
Give them all the attention they deserve: pipe them to
/dev/null (ignore them).
Thank you for helping make this a place we all love to visit.