Good CGI scripting.
Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module P774. This topic is presented on public course Using Perl on the Web
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Examples from our training material
|Perl.1|| Some sample quiz questions|
|main.htp|| Template for Quiz system demo |
|q15.pl|| Quiz - Statistical table generator|
|questionset.pm|| Business logic for quiz system demo|
|quiz.pl|| Top level code for quiz system demo|
|thing.pm|| Generic object used within business logic|
|whc_web.pm|| Web helpers for quiz demo (and others too)|
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Topics covered in this module
Planning your application.
State diagrams and the six step process.
Read form, read session, finish, start, save session, send response.
Sticky fields and sanitising user inputs.
Templating, Web helpers.
Cleaning up old carts.
Putting it all together in the 4 layer model.
Should you use sessions or hidden fields?
Sample Quiz question system using these techniques
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