Beginning Perl pp 317-348 | Cite as

Introduction to CGI


The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is a method used by web servers to run external programs (known as CGI scripts or CGI programs), typically to generate web content dynamically. Whenever a web page queries a database, or a user submits a form, a CGI script is usually called upon to do the work.


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