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Hey Friends,

I'm having a jot of difficulty conceptualizing this implementation of a CGI program. I'm just starting out with CGI here, so if I am blatantly overlooking something, go easy on me. I have "CGI Programming with Perl", but can't seem to find the solution to my question. Here's the code, explanation follows:
sub cgiOut { my $q = new CGI; print $q->header( "text/plain" ), $q->start_html( -title=>"Apache Stats for $hostname", -bgcolor=>"#ffffff"), $q->h2( "Apache Stats for $hostname" ), $q->hr, $q->table( { -broder=>"1", -width=>"100%" }, $q->Tr( [ for(sort keys %host) { ??? RIGHT HERE ??? } print $q->end_html; }
You see, I am trying to insert table data consisting of the key and value of %host (at 'RIGHT HERE'), but this implementation is screwy. I have opened up the Tr section, but what next? That for loop comes into play while print is still outputting to stdout. I hope I have been clear in my inquiry, I'm a bit fouled up here!

Thanks Kindly,

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than is dreamt of in your philosophy"

edited: Fri Mar 28 20:41:18 2003 by jeffa - title change (was: CGI Heeby Jeebies)

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