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  • Shopping System

    Hello All !

    Hoping that you guys can help. I'm using PB3.5 to create HTML pages.

    See WWW.DJSuperstore.Free-Online.Co.Uk

    All the information in the pages is automatically created by my database program and thus can be updated on a regular basis automatically.

    I'm trying to create a shopping system with on line ordering.

    Any suggestions on the best way to go ?

    Thanks

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    I have a CGI librabt in the works. That way you can write your program, and use the GET method on your form....there is where you would replace !MyURL! with /cgi-bin/yourcgi.exe
    PB/DOS is a great language for CGIs...once I get PBCGI.INC modified properly, and get my library built. The library will have some pretty good functions for
    reading from user input and outputting information. It will be distributed as source with a make file, so it should be compatible with any commercial version of
    PowerBASIC... This also makes it all expandable, and easy to manipulate. I have some pretty good HTML output routines, and will have a graphic generator (hopefully)
    Version 1.0 is unlikely to have graphic capabilities without a lot of work. If you want to make this a project let me know and I will make what I have right now
    available for download. The big routine right now is the parser. Once that is done, the rest should go pretty quickly. I just dont know if I should modify the PBINC one,
    or write my own.

    I guess I have written too much.

    Bye,

    Amos

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    Amos

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      Amos,

      I would be most interested to see what you have so far.

      My Email [email protected]

      Thanks

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