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CGI/Perl Parameter Passing

CGI/Perl Parameter Passing

CGI/Perl Parameter Passing

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Hi All:

We have an interesting situation where we need to implement CGI/Perl Scripts such that from the static link of the first CGI/Perl script, another CGI/Perl Script needs to called.  While calling this second CGI/Perl script, we need to pass an argument in this CGI/Perl Script.  We realised that we can pass parameters from the Submit button but are not sure whether we can do so through a Static Link.  Is there a way to pass a parameter/argument from one CGI/Perl script to another CGI/Perl script being invoked through a static link on the former?


Thanks & Best Regards,
Manhar Goindi

RE: CGI/Perl Parameter Passing

<a href="file.pl?param1=val1&param2=val2&etc.">link</a>
Sincerely,
 
Tom Anderson
CEO, Order amid Chaos, Inc.
http://www.oac-design.com

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