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"Keep the browser simple - with a single route in (http) to a server." That's the philosophy behind the web and one of the things that's made it a huge success. It means that a straightforward browser can contact a single server, and Joe Public, Joan Whiting and Mahatma Ali can all view content. But ...
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Topics covered in this module
Setting up Tables.
Loading data from file.
Testing SQL queries to access the data.
A Perl program to access the SQL data.
A Perl program to access the SQL data via the web.
New Data Entry via the web.
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