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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about CGI Programming
Section - 2.6 What is NPH?

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NPH = No Parsed Headers.   The script undertakes to print the entire
HTTP response including all necessary header fields.   The HTTPD
is thereby instructed not to parse the headers (as it would normally do)
nor add any which are missing.


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