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FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about CGI Programming
Section - 3.18 How can I use Caches to make CGI scripts faster and more Net-friendly?

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This is currently beyond the scope of this FAQ.   However,
there is an excellent introduction to net-friendly webpages, including
CGI pages, at http://vancouver-webpages.com/CacheNow/

A sample cacheing perl/cgi script by Andrew Daviel is available at
http://vancouver-webpages.com/proxy/log-tail.pl


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