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Where is documentation for CGI.pm HTML-generating calls?

Where is documentation for CGI.pm HTML-generating calls?

Where is documentation for CGI.pm HTML-generating calls?

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Where can one find a list of CGI.pm HTML-generating calls.?  I have searched unsuccessfully.  Thank you.

RE: Where is documentation for CGI.pm HTML-generating calls?

There is CPAN and perldoc, perldoc should be considered the latest documentation for the core modules and the rest of whatever else comes with perl.

http://perldoc.perl.org/CGI.html
http://search.cpan.org/author/LDS/CGI.pm-3.25/CGI.pm

they should both have the same documentation for the CGI module. Also if you have perl installed locally the documentation is included.

perldoc CGI

or with activestate perl on windows look in the activestate folder.

- Kevin, perl coder unexceptional!

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