CGI & looping

Joel Fentin joel at
Sun Jul 16 12:30:33 CDT 2000

>for one thing you don't need to specify the iterator $_ in the
foreach loop.
>it's used by default. and i dont think you can use a foreach as
a paramter to
>the print statement.
>try using join {map} to print the data list if it has to be a
paramter, or
>otherwise, print it separately.

In spite of the subject of the email, and in spite of my first
sentence, you talked to me about printing. Nobody answered the
looping issues.

Those loops work fine and print fine when not used with CGI.
Again, I ask: How do I loop?
Joel Fentin    tel: 760-749-8863    FAX: 760-749-8864
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