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Demo ASP: source.asp 2014-09-02

Source of file cgi.htm:

<%
	# This code was ripped almost straight out of CGI.pm, by Lincoln Stein.
	# The code was the bulk of the SYNOPSIS section of CGI.pm v2.46
    ;
use strict;
use CGI qw(:standard);

my $query = new CGI;
my $cookie;
my $name;

if($name = param('name')) {
    $cookie = cookie(-name=>'name',
		     -value=>$name,
		     -expires=>'+1h',
		    );
}
$name ||= cookie('name');
print header(-cookie=>$cookie);
%>
<!--#include file=header.inc-->
<% print
    h1('A Simple Example'),
    start_form,
    "What's your name? ",textfield('name'),p,
    "What's the combination?", p,
    checkbox_group(-name=>'words',
		   -values=>['eenie','meenie','minie','moe'],
		   -defaults=>['eenie','minie']), p,
    "What's your favorite color? ",
    popup_menu(-name=>'color',
	       -values=>['red','green','blue','chartreuse']),p,
    submit,
    end_form,
    hr;

if (param()) {
    print "Your name is ",em($name),p,"\n",
    "The keywords are: ",em(join(", ",param('words'))),p,"\n",
    "Your favorite color is ",em(param('color')),"\n",
    hr;
}

%>

This script is a demonstration of using the CGI.pm library
in an ASP script.  Please remember that using CGI.pm will 
probably NOT be portable with PScript and PerlScript.
<p>
As of version 0.09, you may use CGI for reading form input
without any change to regular use of CGI.  Before, you couldn't
do a <pre> use CGI; </pre> by itself, as it would try to read
form input that had already been loaded into $Request->Form().
Form input is now cached, and may be loaded into CGI as well.
In short, use of CGI.pm is now transparent in Apache::ASP,
as both output and input have been merged seemlessly.
<p>    
<a href="source.asp?file=<%=$Request->ServerVariables("SCRIPT_NAME")%>">
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<%
	print end_html;
%>

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