I would second this.  But I would also suggest studying at
least my first e-RPG book first(www.bvstools.com/erpg/).
 Once you understand the raw apis, how CGI works, why you
need 2 new line characters, HTML, JavaScript, etc.. CGIDEV2
will be evey easier to use.

I always suggest to people to start with the "raw" stuff,
then move to CGIDEV2.  If you understand what you're doing,
your CGIDEV2 applications will be created 100x faster than
if you aren't sure what's going on.

It's sorta like math class.  For weeks you do problems that
seem to take forever... then one day the instructor shows
you the "easy" way to do it (Flashbacks from Calc classes!)
 But, because you know the "hard" way to do it, the "Easy"
way makes more sense and is even easier, and you're much
more productive.  There is a method to the maddness.  :)

Brad
www.bvstools.com


On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 12:58:03 -0400
 "Jon Paris" <Jon.Paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  >> That did it. Quick question, why do I need two?
> 
> After the content header you must have an _empty_ line.
>  The first NL
> terminates the content header, it is the second that
> gives the empty line.
> 
> P.S. Don't waste you time messing with the "raw" APIs -
> run (don't walk) to
> www-922.ibm.com and download the CGIDEV2 library for
> free!  Life is too
> short to waste reinventing the wheel!
> 
> Jon Paris
> Partner400
> www.Partner400.com
> 
> 
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