1. Because of the processing differences between inline and script on the server-side, under what conditions would you use script? 2. Create a script that uses the following components: an array, sub procedure, explicit declaration, RUNAT=Server, and a function.
2. Create a Perl script in order to display a basic Web page and display system information that is dynamic using Perl on the screen such as date and time as well as the host and how long the system has been up. 3. Submit the Perl script as well as a screenshot that displays what your code has produced in one zipped file.
Write an ASP page that has a form taking a user's name as input. Store this name in a permanent cookie that expires in 4 days, and whenever the page is opened again, default the name field to the cookie's content.
Write a shell script to send a customized mail message to the users listed on the command line by login (user) name, only if they are currently logged on. If no users are listed on the command line, an error message should be printed. In the mail message, the full (real) name from the passwd file (/etc/passwd) should be used.
Create an ASP page. Please add comments and attach the documentation for the code.
I have many files in current directory. I want to determine which files contain the text "atg" on the second line, and then copy those files to the directory atg_start.fa . Please guide me with a Bash script code fragment that will help me achieve the goal.
Create a cookie named Mod4 that expires after 10 days. Write the necessary lines of code.
Hi, I need to write a UNIX Perl Script that parses column delimited census data for 2008. Since I cannot use newlines within this description I wrote the problem in Brainmass Problem Help.odt (let me know if there is any issues opening the .odt file). The census.txt attachment contains that data the script should parse. Thanks a
Modify the website by applying inline and embedded or linked style sheets to it. (Note - if text is needed, feel free to add anything appropriate). Submit the URL for the website. See the attached file.