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First, I agree with the others that the best way to go is's header function.

I can do that with binmode(STDOUT), but then how do I turn off binmode() for STDOUT, so that I can then print regular text in the response body?

I don't think this part of the question has been answered, so yes, you can call binmode on a handle as often as you like. See the following example, in which I've shown how I would do it if I wanted to be sure Perl was sending CR+LF to STDOUT (or in this case, the currently selected handle, normally STDOUT).

$ cat binmode select, ':crlf'; print "\x{FC}\n"; binmode select, ':raw'; print "\x0D\x0A"; binmode select, ':encoding(UTF-8)'; print "\x{FC}\n"; $ perl -wMstrict | hexdump -C 00000000 fc 0d 0a 0d 0a c3 bc 0a |........| 00000008

In reply to Re: CGI: newlines, write exactly "\r\n" to end the headers, then turn off binmode by haukex
in thread CGI: newlines, write exactly "\r\n" to end the headers, then turn off binmode by 7stud

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