I am creating a site for a client, in which I am making it where all the pages content is stored in a database. Perl then looks up that data. But what If I want it to do some functions, since the page would be stored in a database, how can I get Perl to perform certain tasks?
I guess I'm kinda lost as to how I can make them have a dynamic site, if a certain page requires some Perl syntax in it. I would appreciate it if you could just POINT me in the right direction, of course I'll do all the reading up on it. I don't want you to do any of the work for me. I am just kinda lost, and don't know where to go from here.
Thank you much,
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