Use this code to test an email address for proper syntax. It will return '1' if the email address passes or a '0' if it fails. You can use it in conjunction with the Ace Perl Popup Window to let the user know they entered an invalid email address.
Use this code to populate an associative array with the users cookies.
Add this code to retrieve the cookies. After the subroutine is run, all the user's available cookies will populate the %cookie associate array
Use this code to display environment variables and form variables. The form variables are assumed to be in the %in associative array (as extracted by the &getdata subroutine show in a previous example). This is generally used when the script encounters an error and is very useful for debugging.
Use this code to convert non-word characters to the html format. This is useful for displaying forms populated with variables that have odd characters or for 'escaping' variables prior to saving them to a database.