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It looks like you're headed towards something like the following (untested) fragment.
print $q->header('text/html'), $q->start_html('yada yada'), $q->h2('more yada'), $q->hr, $q->table( { -border => 1, -width => '100%' }, ( map { $q->Tr( $q->td($_), $q->td($host{$_}) ) } sort keys %host )), $q->end_html;
Note how map replaces the foreach you thought you'd need.

Note also that you want the header to be 'text/html'. 'text/plain' will work for some browsers (e.g., IE), but only because they try to outsmart the content type if the the body looks like HTML. Don't rely on this behavior.


In reply to Re: Constructing HTML tables with CGI.pm by dws
in thread Constructing HTML tables with CGI.pm by lacertus

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