Browser connection

Joel Fentin joel at
Fri Oct 25 23:10:17 CDT 2002

Somebody (Tony?) mentioned at the last meeting that it is possible access a
perl program in a browser without needing to run a personal server. Right
now using an Apache server in my laptop, I put something like the following
in the address window of the browser:

If I am not using the Apache server, how is it done?

Joel Fentin    tel: 760-749-8863    FAX: 760-749-8864

email: joel at    web:


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