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  • Kris ten Hoedt
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    I noticed...
    Already printed the .HLP file.

    Great poduct, by the way!

    Thanx again to you guys trying to help me out!
    C'ya 'round at the PB/CC forum

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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Which books? If you mean the PB/CC printed documentation, the you can order it online, or call the PowerBASIC sales department directly. Note that the printed documentation for PB/CC contains much the same information as the PBCC.HLP file shipped with PB/CC.

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  • Kris ten Hoedt
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    OK, enough is enough!
    I just bought PB/CC, and it works great!
    (But how do I get the books? )
    Thanx for trying to help me out anywayz....

    Kris

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  • Kris ten Hoedt
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    Originally posted by Lance Edmonds:
    Kris, the rules of the BBS require that a real name is used (first+last)... handles and alias's are not permitted. Please reregister correctly before posting further questions! Thanks!
    Sorry 'bout that.
    I've registered again......
    Hope this is better

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    The routines Lance referred to are in the Example directory under where you installed PB 3.2 in a file called DOSUNIT.BAS. You can $LINK in the DOSUNIT.PBU to use the routines.

    Jason

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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Kris, the rules of the BBS require that a real name is used (first+last)... handles and alias's are not permitted. Please reregister correctly before posting further questions! Thanks!

    BTW, PB3.2 does not support STDOUT but there are routines available to emulate STDOUT... however, the low purchase price of PB3.5 may not make the effort worth while when 3.5 has STDOUT built-in.



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    Guest replied
    This might help.


    'Gary Russell ISSW
    'FEB 15 2000
    '[email protected]
    'www.janics.com/~garussell
    'compiled using PowerBasic 3.5

    ' This will print to the web browser sending the request to the server
    'pointed to by the IP address in the html form. If you compiled the program
    'as cgiprt and put it in the cgi-bin directury of the web server software.
    'And have the server software running, and the calling brawser is on the
    'same computer as the web software. This shud work. If you are using this on
    'a eather net use the IP address of the server like 192.168.0.1 or on the
    'web use the IP address of the server.


    '<!- The HTML code ->
    '<HTML>
    '<Head><Title>PBasic CGI</Title></Head>
    '<Body bgcolor=ffffff>
    '<CENTER><P>
    '<H1><FONT COLOR=0000FF>POWERBASIC EXAMPLE FOR CGI PROGRAMMING.</FONT></H1>
    '<FORM ACTION="http://127.0.0.1/cgi-bin/cgiprt.exe" METHOD="POST">
    '<INPUT TYPE="SUBMIT" VALUE="Send"></CENTER></FORM>
    '</Body>
    '</HTML>


    'The PowerBasic code.
    stdout "Content type: text/html"
    stdout ""
    stdout "<html>"
    stdout "<body>"
    stdout "<center><br><b>This is it!</b></center>"
    stdout "<center><font size='12' color='blue'><b>HI</b></center>
    stdout "</body>"
    stdout "</html>"

    'The END!



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  • Guest's Avatar
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    I'm using the trial version.
    I think it's 3.2.

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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Try using STDOUT instead. You are using PB 3.5, right?

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    Guest started a topic CGI with PB/DOS

    CGI with PB/DOS

    Can anyone tell me why the following code won't work?
    I've been trying for days already

    open "cons:" for output as #1
    print #1, "Content-type: text/html"
    print #1, "<HTML><BODY>"
    print #1, "Hello...<BR>"
    print #1, "</BODY></HTML>"
    close #1

    Any help would be very much appreciated!

    Kris

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