Documentation

FAQ

What is CGI?
CGI stands for "Common Gateway Interface" and is a standard protocol for how servers should communicate with dynamic scripts. Simply put, servers that support CGI write HTTP data, like GET and POST parameters, to environment variables, and serves whatever the scripts writes to STDOUT.
What languages can I use to write CGI applications?
CGI scripts can be written in any language that supports reading environment variables and writing to STDOUT. Common languages for this are Python, Perl, TCL, C++, or Bash

Resources

CGI Libraries

  • AdaCGI - A CGI library for ADA.

Contact

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