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ProgrammingTheWebUnit8 100%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit8 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 8 PERL, CGI PROGRAMMING 8.1 Origins and uses of Perl 8.2 Scalars and their operations 8.3 Assignment statements and simple input and output 8.4 Control statements 8.5 Fundamentals of arrays 8.6 Hashes 8.7 References 8.8 Functions 8.9 Pattern matching 8.10 File input and output 8.11 Examples 8.12 The Common Gateway Interface 8.13 CGI linkage 8.14 Query string format 8.15 CGI.pm module 8.16 A survey example 8.17 Cookies 188 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 8 PERL, CGI PROGRAMMING 8.1 Origins and uses of Perl Began in the late 1980s as a more powerful replacement for the capabilities of awk (text file processing) and sh (UNIX system administration) - Now includes sockets for communications and modules for OOP, among other things - Now the most commonly used language for CGI, in part because of its pattern matching capabilities - Perl programs are usually processed the same way as many Java programs, compilation to an intermediate form, followed by interpretation

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit6 99%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit6 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 6 DYNAMIC DOCUMENTS WITH JAVASCRIPT 6.1 Introduction to dynamic documents 6.2 Positioning elements 6.3 Moving elements 6.4 Element visibility 6.5 Changing colors and fonts 6.6 Dynamic content 6.7 Stacking elements 6.8 Locating the mouse cursor 6.9 Reacting to a mouse click 6.10 Slow movement of elements 6.11 Dragging and dropping elements.

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit4 99%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit4 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 4 JAVASCRIPT 4.1 Overview of Javascript 4.2 Object orientation and Javascript 4.3 General syntactic characteristics 4.4 Primitives, operations, and expressions 4.5 Screen output and keyboard input 4.6 Control statements 4.7 Object creation and modification 4.8 Arrays 4.9 Functions 4.10 Constructor 4.11 Pattern matching using regular expressions 4.12 Errors in scripts 4.13 Examples 79 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 4 JAVASCRIPT 4.1 Overview of Javascript JavaScript is a sequence of statements to be executed by the browser.

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit7 98%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit7 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 7 XML 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Syntax 7.3 Document structure 7.4 Document Type definitions 7.5 Namespaces 7.5 XML schemas 7.6 Displaying raw XML documents 7.7 Displaying XML documents with CSS 7.8 XSLT style sheets 7.9 XML processors;

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit5 98%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit5 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 5 JAVASCRIPT AND HTML DOCUMENTS 5.1 The Javascript execution environment 5.2 The Document Object Model 5.3 Element access in Javascript 5.4 Events and event handling 5.5 Handling events from the Body elements 5.6 Button elements 5.7 Text box and Password elements 5.8 The DOM 2 event model 5.9 The navigator object 5.10 DOM tree traversal and modification.

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ProgrammingTheWebSyllabus 97%

ProgrammingTheWebSyllabus Programming the web 06CS73 PROGRAMMING THE WEB Subject Code:

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit3 96%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit3 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 3 CSS 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Levels of style sheets 3.3 Style specification formats 3.4 Selector forms 3.5 Property value forms 3.6 Font properties 3.7 List properties 3.8 Color 3.9 Alignment of text 3.10 The Box model 3.11 Background images 3.12 The and tags 3.13 Conflict resolution.

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit1 95%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit1 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 1 Fundamentals of Web, XHTML – 1 1.1 Internet 1.2 WWW 1.3 Web Browsers 1.4 Web Servers 1.5 URLs 1.6 MIME 1.7 HTTP 1.8 Security 1.9 The Web Programmers Toolbox 1.10 XHTML:

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ProgrammingTheWebUnit2 93%

ProgrammingTheWebUnit2 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 2 XHTML – 2 2.1 Images 2.2 Hypertext Links 2.3 Lists 2.4 Tables 2.5 Forms 2.6 Frames 2.7 Syntactic differences between HTML and XHTML 33 Programming the web 06CS73 UNIT - 2 XHTML – 2 HTML is defined using the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) which is an ISO standard notation for describing text formatting languages.

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