Two Questions Please

Joel Fentin joel at
Fri Feb 4 22:02:00 CST 2000

If I have a statement like: 
$Adr[1] = 3. 
And later another statement in a different function like:
print @Adr;
It prints it correctly but I get a message:
"Use of uninitialized value......"

So, at the start of the program I have tried:
use vars qw(@Adr);
local @Adr;
my @Adr;

The message stays. What does it want?


Second question:

I am running my programs on a laptop with Windoz using Apache
server on IE-5. The program starts with an HTM file. When the
submit button is pressed (and all is ok) it runs my CGI program.
When all is not ok, I get a file download box. "You have chosen
to download a file from this location...."

What kind of problem should I go looking for inside the CGI
Joel Fentin    tel: 760-749-8863    FAX: 760-749-8864
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