On Thu, 08 Oct 1998 14:02:29 -0700, webprogramming <info@...
>I need to search and replace a certain word in a text file from a webform
>submission. The user would enter a word (in this case a domain name) in an
>input box on a webform, and submit; the script would grab the text file ,
>search for the word "template", and replace it with the domain name entered
>by the user, save the file with a new name (domain_name.db) and close it. I
>think I can do this with a while (<>) diamond operator , and a substitution
>command. What would be the easiest way to do this.
Something like this:
use CGI ':standard';
$word = param('word');
open(FOO,'<file.ext') || die;
open(BAR,'>newfile.ext') || die;
This is just a skeleton, without much error checking or chrome, but it should
get you started.
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