Two Questions Please
Sander van Zoest
sander at mp3.com
Fri Feb 4 22:41:33 CST 2000
On Fri, 4 Feb 2000, Joel Fentin wrote:
> If I have a statement like:
> $Adr = 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?
This means that the variable your are looking for isn't in scope.
I'd need to see more of the code to see what the problem is.
> 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
This means that you are not sending the appropriate Content-Type header.
Put this before you output anything. (I do not know what language, so
I am assuming C)
printf("Content-Type: %s\r\n", "text/html");
Hope that helps,
Sander van Zoest sander at mp3.com
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