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Web Programming Secrets With Html, Cgi, and Perl [Paperback]

Mark Gaither , Sebastian Hassinger , Mike Erwin , Ed Tittel


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April 1996 The Secrets Series
The secrets of successful Web programming are revealed in this new addition to the popular series. Chock full of hints and techniques, this guide shows how to do CGI programming, build HTML and CGI generators, test and install Web applications, set up and maintain a Web server, and more. The CD contains all the Perl source code from the book, plus tools for maintaining servers.

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3.0 out of 5 stars Not very informative; best for experienced coders Feb. 6 1997
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This book is a massive tome, but its informative contentis much lower than its weight suggests. Part of this isbecause the book pays too little attention to teaching the Perl it uses in its examples; it also comes from the use of other Unix tools like lex and sgmls that most beginners will not recognise. As a beginner's book, it's an exercise in frustration, but those who already know its subject matter should find the examples interesting starting points for their own CGI projects. For a good beginning text, try Thomas Boutell's CGI book (also available from amazon.com).

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