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One of the sister sites we plan to add is
"JustAnotherHacker.com". No, not that kind of hacker! A hacker is how many Perl programmers refer to themselves. What you would call a hacker are really CRACKERS. This site will feature a meta engine collecting links off of all the sites I've found following my teachers credo. 

"A good Programmer is a lazy programmer."
Mark Evelyn DMS 1998

Simply put, a good programmer starts every script by first examining what's been done and can be reused or improved on. 

I have many new resources for scripts and references for learning the languages I have been studying. In no particular order they would be Perl, JavaScript, Java, VBScript (Asp programming), a touch of C (very helpful when you move to intermediate Perl) and SQL (database programming). C++, VB, PHP and Python will also be added to the new site. ColdFusion may be added but the jury is still out on that one.

This page will be growing daily as I have a lot of links and book marks collected. At present only the links that were already on the site have been added to the database. 

Webmaster T's Reviewed Internet Scripting 
Resources and References

CGI & Perl Scripts

First off Perl isn't CGI. The Common Gateway Interface can be used by any application or programming language. In the early days most CGI's were written in C or C++ and compiled into the server. Extremely risky! If the program failed it had catastrophic consequences! 

Perl, my personal favorite (however, much of the work we're doing presently is ASP) and many of the languages being used now are not compiled into the server. Instead they are interpreted languages which means the interpreter handles the failure, kills the script/program, and dies gracefully.

Matts' Script Archive
This is a well known script site among authors on the net! For this reason there is a lot of support for them so these scripts are good for people just learning Perl. Using these scripts on a live site isn't a good idea! There are many security holes that are well known. These holes make the whole server vulnerable to CRACKERS. Matt seldom or never uses "use strict" which ensures that memory is used and released properly. Having said that here's what is available:
Guestbook This guest book is used by a lot of sites.
Free for All links Adds a link to your site.
www Board Threaded www discussion board. This script in particular has well known security holes.
Text Counter Text Counter need I say more
Counter Counter same thing need I say more.
Cookie Lib Does lots of things using pertinent client state HTTP Cookies.
SSi Random Image Displayer Displays random Images.
Search Search your site using the title tags.
Random Image Display Displays random Images.
Random Links Makes random links.
Random Text Randomly chooses one phrase from a group of phrases requires server side includes.
Text Clock A Text Clock
Credit Card Verifier Verifies Credit Card numbers based on mod 10 Algorithms.
Matts' Mail List Matts' mail list gives you more information about cgis and help to get the scripts running.
Failed to execute CGI : Win32 Error Code = 50

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