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    One can use MIME::Lite::TT::HTML...

    One can use MIME::Lite::TT::HTML. Default sending mechanism uses sendmail, but SMTP can also be used. Here, you will find an easy-to-follow breakdown of how to utilize it.
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    Sixtease, see PM

    Sixtease, see PM
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    Can you be a little more specific. What type of...

    Can you be a little more specific. What type of user interface are you describing? What would the exact procedures be in the gathering of data and the displaying of the schedule? The reason I'm...
  4. Thread: Form Failure

    by CyCo
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    Looks like you are missing an ending double quote...

    Looks like you are missing an ending double quote mark, for starters.
    <input type="hidden" name="data_order"...
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    How about this: use lib '/mymodule/SayHello';

    How about this:


    use lib '/mymodule/SayHello';
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    Not quite sure what your ultimate goal is here,...

    Not quite sure what your ultimate goal is here, but the hidden field should look like this:


    $q->hidden(-name=>'Disable_jobs_loc', -default=>'Disable_by_loc', -override=>1); or ...
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    Yes, if that's where you want the mail to go to.

    Yes, if that's where you want the mail to go to.
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    NO, the path listed "could" be correct. But, it...

    NO, the path listed "could" be correct. But, it may also be /usr/lib/sendmail or something else. Ask your host if none of those work.
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    Basically, you need to subsititute your email...

    Basically, you need to subsititute your email address for the one you pointed out.

    print MESSAGE "To: you\@example.com\n"; # Don't forget to escape this @ symbol!

    But, also, you need to have...
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    http://www.alltheweb.com/?_oldhost=www.ussc.allthe...

    http://www.alltheweb.com/?_oldhost=www.ussc.alltheweb.com
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    I went through the same dilemma with an older...

    I went through the same dilemma with an older MicronPC laptop awhile back, so I know how ambiguous information on the web can be. Maybe these links will be of some help.
    ...
  12. Thread: Parsing an array

    by CyCo
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    If you merely want to check each indice of the...

    If you merely want to check each indice of the array for the string "successfully inserted", then any of these should work.


    foreach (@cmdoutput) { print "$_\n" if /successfully inserted/ }
    ...
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    You'll need to add this to the script: use Fcntl...

    You'll need to add this to the script:
    use Fcntl ':flock';

    ...and then wherever you open the flatfile for reading, insert this:
    flock YOURFILEHANDLE, LOCK_SH;

    ...and wherever you open the...
  14. Maybe, in this case, you only need a simple test...

    Maybe, in this case, you only need a simple test like this:
    print "You entered a non-numerical string" unless $string += 0;
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    Yes, you're right. My bad. I'm not following...

    Yes, you're right. My bad.

    I'm not following you.
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    Here's one way... my $string = '23 4 54.2 34...

    Here's one way...

    my $string = '23 4 54.2 34 40.5';
    my $total;
    for (my @tmp = split /\s+/, $string) { $total += $_; }
    print $total;
  17. Thread: include virtual

    by CyCo
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    Could you please elaborate?

    Could you please elaborate?
  18. Thread: Download IE8 Beta

    by CyCo
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    I see. ThanX

    I see. ThanX
  19. Thread: Download IE8 Beta

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    TJ111, ...so, is it standalone or does it...

    TJ111,
    ...so, is it standalone or does it upgrade IE7?
  20. Two (2) errors... Line #11 should read like...

    Two (2) errors...

    Line #11 should read like this:

    print "Hum...Perhaps you misunderstood.\n";

    And line #16 should read like this:
    chomp($reply = <STDIN>);
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    Here's a simple example. #!/perl/bin/perl.exe ...

    Here's a simple example.
    #!/perl/bin/perl.exe

    use warnings FATAL => 'all';
    use CGI::Carp 'fatalsToBrowser';
    use CGI::Pretty qw/:standard :no_xhtml/;
    use constant D => '/Program Files/Apache...
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    Here's a little example that you can play with....

    Here's a little example that you can play with. Mildly tested.
    #!/usr/bin/perl

    use strict;
    use Tie::File;
    use Fcntl ':flock';
    use warnings FATAL => 'all';
    use CGI::Carp 'fatalsToBrowser';...
  23. Thread: Webserver issue

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    What you need to know is the "FULL" path to the...

    What you need to know is the "FULL" path to the cgi-bin, since that's where you have put "YOUR" modules. Your host can give you that info.

    I generally do this. Create a folder in my cgi-bin name...
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    Well, for starters, the use lib statement should...

    Well, for starters, the use lib statement should look like this:
    use lib "/hsphere/local/home/<me>/<my domain>/cgi-bin";No trailing forward slash.

    If that doesn't fix the problem, there are...
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    Don't know why you are having issues with the...

    Don't know why you are having issues with the here-doc or qq operator methods. I use them both, pain-free. What exactly are you trying to include?
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