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Released: Jan 01, 1995


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Processing Form Data in Shell CGI Scripts

This page presents a little /bin/sh shell script that will help you processing form data in a CGI shell script, without needing C or perl. You receive the form values straight into your shell environment, where you can then access them just like other shell variables. About no special requirements are needed, it just uses the standard Unix utilities dd, test, grep, cut, dc and echo. The latter must be able to print arbitrary octal codes.

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This is a MUST HAVE for any shell script CGI program that uses form input! This script has been the most useful I have ever found.

Posted by Kefka on Jan 13, 1999 Reply

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