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    ......work in progress, not all features work: 2014-05-12

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      17.Unix Notes (live) | 18.Perl Notes (live)

      * Perl *

      -  +
      The delay in loading is due to at least 9 perl scripts getting triggered - see also [ Perl Notes (live) ]
      clicking "perl: " line shows the source ....... clicking "out: " line runs the CGI script
      1.Env
      - why: display $ENV variables from HTML page
      - perl: env.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/env.cgi?my_query_string_here&a=1&b=2
      - out: run env.cgi

      3.Display Perl
      - why: code/HTML/text displayed in HTML
      - perl: display.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/display.cgi?/cgi-bin/pub/env.cgi
      - out: run display.cgi

      5.Hit Counterabout
      - why: displays web-page hit counter (GIF or x-bitmap)
      - perl: counterc.cgi
      - in1: /cgi-bin/pub/counterc.cgi?123
      - in2: /cgi-bin/pub/ccounterc.cgi?123&TYPE=gif
      - out1: run counterc.cgi (X-bitmap)
      - out2: run counterc.cgi (GIF)
      7.File Not Foundabout
      - why: redirect on file-not-found
      - perl: file-not-foundc.cgi + fnf.pm
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/file-not-foundc.cgi?
      http://www.robertbody.com/where-is/my-/arizona.html
      - out: run file-not-foundc.cgi
      9.My Calendar
      - why: days listing for any year 1 .. 9999
      - perl: fmycal.cgi + rbh.pm
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/fmycal.cgi
      - out: run fmycal.cgi
      11.Pictures Count
      - why: scans my website for # of pictures in each group
      - perl: wc.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/www/wc.cgi
      - out: see webstats or if you insist, run wc.cgi
      - note: total time is typically 0 seconds...
      therefore a count to 3,000,000 is done afterwards
      2.Arizona Time
      - why: display current time
      - perl: date.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/mydate.cgi
      - out: run date.cgi?state=az

      4.X-bitmap counter
      - why: returns X-bitmap (a picture) in HTML
      - perl: bitmap.pl
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/bitmap.pl?1234&5
      Count (max 10 digits) & Minimum Length
      - out: run bitmap.pl - doesn't work in new IE
      6.GIF counter
      - why: displays web-page hit counter
      - perl: gifc.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/gifc.cgi?1234
      - out: run gifc.cgi

      8.Who am i
      - why: info about You
      - perl: who.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/who.cgi
      - out: run who.cgi
      10.Word Scrambler
      - why: Mseess up words, but you can sitll raed ok
      - perl: m1.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/m1.cgi
      - out: run m1.cgi (via my Popup Manager)
      12.GMT Play
      - why: playing with current time, GMT and others
      (now duplicated with date.cgi?gmt)
      - perl: gmt-play.cgi
      - in: /cgi-bin/pub/gmt-play.cgi
      - out: run gmt-play.cgi

      (gmtime.cgi)
      Note that scripts ending in "c", such as counterc.cgi and file-not-foundc.cgi
      are copies of the originals used by my website and may not have all the latest changes.


      Input
      - why: read CGI type input
      - perl: input.pl
      - in: /cgi-bin/input.pl?a=123&b=456&c=789&d=482
      - out:
      req=GET--------------------
      orig: a=123&b=456&c=789&d=482
      $in[0]: a=123
      $in[1]: b=456
      $in[2]: c=789
      $in[3]: d=482
      in[a] => 123
      in[b] => 456
      in[c] => 789
      in[z] =>
      a => 123
      b => 456
      c => 789
      d => 482

      about Hit Counter
      counterc.cgi is my most complex perl script here. It is trigged by HTML page loading, and handles the following:

      • updating a different hit counter value for each webpage, using
      -- JavaScript document.write for GIF images

      • concurrent access to same page is handled by file-locking, 1 second delay, and 5 retries

      • logging is done for (refer to output below):
      1. current hit counter value
      2. access time,
      3. user ip,
      4. file ID (of current page visited) and
      5. the page referrer (where the page was accessed from -- Yahoo search, etc).
      _2486  Thu Sep 25 12:07:38     213.10.61.56  foreign_sources.lanette -- images.google.nl/imgres?imgu :)
      _4249  Thu Sep 25 11:59:46    205.188.208.8  _index 
      _2485  Thu Sep 25 11:56:58    205.188.208.7  foreign_sources.lanette -- RB:mamas-heavenly-smile.html :)
      _2872  Thu Sep 25 11:55:20   81.102.200.192  tools.metric-conversions
      _2484  Thu Sep 25 11:55:07   205.188.209.40  foreign_sources.lanette -- RB:cool-stuff.html :)
      ___16  Thu Sep 25 11:54:49  205.188.209.101  foreign_sources.cool-stuff -- RB:/ :)
      _2871  Thu Sep 25 11:54:15    66.255.61.139  tools.metric-conversions -- web.ask.com/web?q=how+many+ :)
      _4248  Thu Sep 25 11:54:04    205.188.208.8  _index 
      This shows
      4248 hits, when user IP 205.188.208.8, was at main page (_index) without referrer (typed in the name), and
      2871 hits, when user IP 66.255.61.139 came to my Metric Conversions page from web.ask.com.

      nslookup 205.188.208.8
      yields
      cache-da04.proxy.aol.com
      as the servername

      the page referrer in the last column is truncated for readibility from something like:
      http://web.ask.com/redir?bpg=http%3a%2f%2fweb.ask.com
      %2fweb%3fq%3dhow%2bmany%2bfeet%2bare%2bin%2ba%2bmile%253f%26o%3d0%26page%3d1
      which translates to someone typing in "how many feet are in a mile" at http://web.ask.com
      (The answer to which can be found at the targetted page --> Metric Conversions )

      about File Not Found
      My file-not-foundc.cgi handles bad links from search engines, etc (because i have no bad links of my own :)). As a bonus it allows quickly getting somewhere, for example by changing the end to be "/map" in http://www.robertbody.com/somewhere/anywhere/map

      When you click on the link, a redirect attempt occurs, matching on
      (1) filename.ext (if any), else on filename (if any), or otherwise
      (2) directory name, or lastly
      (3) matching on a special string (eg. funny_pictures) anywhere in the path

      The lookup is via hash-table, and (3) becomes the last chance of matching.
      Currently [2003-10-05], while
      (1) and (2) have 65 options, with match duplicates (eg. scrambler and mess trigger Word Scrambler)
      (3) only has 2 entries, and may max out at 5 one day.

      By clicking
      file-not-foundc.cgi?http://www.robertbody.com/where-is/my-/arizona.html
      and wrapping JavaScript around it, the found page is loaded.

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      Last Updated: Sun, November 13, 2005 15:04