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Re: use Safe and CGI;

by ColtsFoot (Chaplain)
on May 22, 2001 at 09:54 UTC ( #82167=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to use Safe and CGI;

I added a couple of BRs to improve formating and when I
I run your script on a Linux box Redhat 6.2, perl 5.004_05
I get the following output
<HTML><BODY>Opcode: null<BR> Opcode: stub<BR> Opcode: scalar<BR> Opcode: wantarray<BR> Opcode: gvsv<BR> Opcode: gv<BR> Opcode: gelem<BR> Opcode: padsv<BR> Opcode: padav<BR> Opcode: padhv<BR> Opcode: padany<BR> Opcode: pushre<BR> Opcode: rv2gv<BR> Opcode: av2arylen<BR> Opcode: rv2cv<BR> ... ... Opcode: syscall<BR> <HR>pushmark<BR> <HR>const<BR> <HR>rv2sv<BR> <HR>concat<BR> <HR>stringify<BR> <HR>print<BR> <HR>leaveeval<BR> </BODY></HTML>
Perhaps you could tell us what output you get when you run
your script from the command line and a bit more about
your setup

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Re: Re: use Safe and CGI;
by Banky (Acolyte) on May 23, 2001 at 02:10 UTC
    This is what I get when I run it from the command line:
    Content-Type: text/html <HTML><BODY>Opcode: null Opcode: stub Opcode: scalar Opcode: wantarray Opcode: gvsv Opcode: gv Opcode: gelem Opcode: padsv Opcode: padav Opcode: padhv Opcode: padany .... Opcode: sgrent Opcode: egrent Opcode: getlogin Opcode: syscall Opcode: lock Opcode: threadsv <HR> pushmark const rv2sv concat stringify print leaveeval </BODY></HTML>
    I'm running perl 5.005_03 and Apache/1.3.9 (Unix) Debian/GNU

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