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You'll think that I'm a fool, because I can't still figure out how you did it! It is amazing!

After understanding it, I foresee several uses for it. I'll, perhaps, try to do a cgi version (if it is possible- you know perl :) )

Thank you, GrandFather! :)

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In reply to Re: Utility to capture parameters and perform a task by chanio
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