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perlFun
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Mar 11, 2015, 10:34 AM


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Re: [FishMonger] Passing more than one variable in Perl CGI module

One other question. You talk about setting the variables directly, but I guess the problem I'm having is that I am wondering how to make a variable that will exist throughout all calls of the script. For example, when that redirect is executed, the <var I want to save> is then passed in as a param since it's in the url as ?<var I want to save>=. But then if the ->submit code is executed, <var I want to save> is no longer an available param, because it's not in the url that's being called.

Is there a way to make a param, which will be available each time the script is called? I tried hidden variable, but it didn't show up in my parameter list.


(This post was edited by perlFun on Mar 11, 2015, 10:34 AM)


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