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WDVL: Perl for Web Site Management: Part 3
Dec 14, 2001, 17 :00 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (3107 reads)

This article shows how to write CGI scripts, incorporate search engines, convert multiple text files to HTML, monitor log files, and track visitors to your site. This third and final installment looks at storing the data, the "visit" data structure, and the &store_line subroutine.

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