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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about CGI Programming
Section - 1.10 Do I need to be on Unix?

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No, but it helps.   The Web, along with the Internet itself, C, Perl,
and almost every other Good Thing in the last 20 years of computing,
originated in Unix.   At the time of writing, this is still the
most mature and best-supported platform for Web applications.


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Top Document: FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about CGI Programming
Previous Document: 1.9 Does CGI create new security risks?
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