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This article will show you how to use the GD library to create an index image that contains thumbnails of images in a given directory.
This article teaches you how to use Perl to interact with files on your system
This tutorial shows how to handle file uploads from web forms in your CGI programs using Perl and CGI.pm.
This tutorial walks through using files in Perl.
This tutorial describes:How to open files for input in binary mode.
This tutorial will make you aware of everything you want to learn about file handling in PERL
Find out how to use sendmail (or other similar mail-serving software) to send e-mail from within your script.
This Part 5 of the Perl 101 series introduces you to subroutines and teaches you how to structure your code for maximum reusability.
Find out what those server response codes like 401, 404, 500 mean.
This is a list of common mistakes that people make when writing Perl scripts and suggestions on how to fix them.
This note describes how to get information about a remote user
Hints and tips on debugging Perl CGI scripts and identifying some possible causes of server errors.
One of the methods that the web server uses to pass information to a cgi script is through environmental variables.
This article provides a short CGI program that can print every environment variable it knows.
An introduction to sorting, and how to write your own sorting functions easily with perl.
In this Part 10 of The Perl You Need to Know series, you will be shown how to work with Perls list
In this Part 21 of The Perl You Need To Know series, it covers the Benchmark module
Application builds upon the bedrock of CGI, adding a structure for writing truly reusable Web-applications.
this article examines a few simple examples of the JAPH genre that will surprise and engage even the most seasoned devotee.
This article provides Perl implementations for some specific tasks, which you can adapt for generic use.
This article discusses some of the wrong ways for using cookies, and how to use them safely.
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