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#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use CGI -private_tempfiles; $CGI::POST_MAX=1024*1024; # limit to 1 megabyte per form posting #disables checking for $q->param() my $q=CGI->new(); if($q->param()) { my $fh=$q->upload('uploaded_file', -override=>1); unless($fh) { print $q->header, $q->html("Invalid File", $q->p("Inva +lid File")); exit; } my $type=$q->uploadInfo($fh)->{'Content-Type'}; seek($fh, 0, 2); my $size=tell($fh); seek($fh, 0, 0); print STDERR "File Input: $fh, $type, $size\n"; print $q->header(-type=>"$type"); print $q->start_html('Your file') if($type =~ /text/); while(<$fh>) { print; } print $q->end_html() if($type =~ /text/); } else { print $q->header(-type=>'text/html'), $q->html('upload file', $q->start_multipart_form(), $q->filefield(-name=>'uploaded_file', -default=>'start +ing', -override=>1, -size=>50, -maxlength=>80), $q->hidden("uni", time()), $q->submit("Ok"), $q->end_multipart_form(), ); }

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