At 10:15 AM 9/13/1999 -0400, Richard L. Conn wrote:
>Robert pointed out an issue that I forgot to mention.  Since a URL is
>in play for the action to respond to a form, you can use the file:
>scheme to specify a program on your PC to handle the action.

    And one more magic trick to make it even easier.  There is a program uncgi that takes the information from the URL it is passed, decodes it to remove the various character encodings, and puts the information in to environment variables.  Makes GET style cgi programs a breeze.  (It also allows your programs to reside outside the CGI directory, but doesn't compromise security...)

                                        Robert I. Eachus

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