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From: Roleigh Martin <rol at uhc dot com>
Subject: Re: Moving up from Sybperl 4.0 to Sybperl 5.0/web-to-sybase project; need help
Date: Nov 13 1998 2:32PM

Dear Michael,

Can you please recommend any CGI programming book in particular?

Thank you.


Roleigh Martin

At 05:43 PM 11/12/1998 -0800, you wrote:
>Roleigh Martin writes:
> > 
> > Anyway, at my "straight" job, I need to be able to do updates and 
> > selects against a Sybase database on unix from within a web page that
> > goes against a unix-hosted web server (we use RS/6000 AIX computers).
>You should get a good book on CGI programing (there are several out
>there that specialize on perl CGI programing). Also, read the
>documentation of the module (this is part of recent perl 5
>And you should familiarize yourself with perl5/sybperl 2.x
>syntax. Start by writing some simple perl/sybperl scripts that are run 
>from the command line. Writing CGI scripts is usually really simple,
>once the basics have been mastered.
>If you are an ISUG member there will be an article by Yours Truly in
>the next issue on Sybase::CTlib programing. That article is a
>follow-up on the article I wrote a couple of years ago (and that is
>available on my web page.)
>Good luck!
>Michael Peppler         -||-  Data Migrations Inc.
>       -||-
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