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intro to Perl/CGI and HTML forms
Pre-requisites  

This course assumes that you are very familiar with basic web design and the theories behind web programming. To make sure that we are all on the same level, I suggest that you read the following web documents before you begin this tutorial.

Introduction to Web Design
This is a three day tutorial which covers beginning-intermediate level HTML and image manipulation.
 
Web Programming 101
This is an article which introduces some of the main concepts in web programming.
Also, this tutorial assumes that you have access to a web server's cgi-bin directory where you can test out CGI scripts.

Finally, this tutorial assumes that you have installed the latest version of the Java Developer's Kit (JDK) from Javasoft.

 
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