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Well, if you want to keep your 'print HTML as one print statement' paradigm, you just Build the content of the table outside of the print statement:
#!/usr/local/bin/perl -w use strict; use CGI; my %host=( 'camel', 'flea', 'frog', 'green'); cgiout(); sub cgiout { my $q= new CGI; my $tablecontent=[$q->th(['key', 'value'])]; for (sort keys %host) { push @$tablecontent, $q->td([ $_, $host{$_} ]) ; } print $q->table( { border => 1, -width => '100%'}, $q->Tr( $tablecontent), ); }
This results in this table:
key value
camel flea
frog green

Update: Removed slightly snide comment open for misinterpretation.


In reply to Re: Constructing HTML tables with by robartes
in thread Constructing HTML tables with by lacertus

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