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    serve: -w, strict, -T

    What purpose does each of the following serve: -w, strict, -T ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgm02 View Post
    What purpose does each of the following serve: -w, strict, -T ?
    -w is for Watchamacallit and -T is for Transformers

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    Hey, I think I got the hang of it now. And, strict is for what you're gonna call the teacher, when he finds out you're posting your homework in this forum.

    This Perl stuff is starting to make sense to me now.

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    -T is a security thing.. so you can prevent potentially dangers injections through a form for example.. it prevents your scrip from executing shell commands.. so thats an important one.. and -w well dude just look it up


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