If the "4" appears when run from the command line, AND it appears when you view the script on another box, make sure your browser is not displaying a cached copy. That may sound silly, but..

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In reply to Re: Perl CGI, IIS and other unholy unions by gt8073a
in thread Perl CGI, IIS and other unholy unions by mush4brains

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