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  1. #1
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    Real time web..

    i just wan to know if someone have do the real time web or somethin' like that..

    the situation goes like this.. as example.. one web can make an increment of variable by time.. like in every hour the variable value change...

    if some of u guys playing online games like utopia in swirve server, then u know wat i mean. so how to do something like that programming?
    Lord Xavier,
    Cyberdelia Technologies,
    (Wholly owned by Cyberdelia Group).

  2. #2
    GreekGoddess
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    I used to play Utopia, so I think what you're trying to get at is dynamic content? Where the content and information refreshes as soon as you submit it? I believe what most of those online games use is Perl/CGI.

    Here are some tutorials to get you started:

    http://www.perl.com/
    http://www.pageresource.com/cgirec/index2.htm
    http://webreference.com/perl/
    http://directory.google.com/Top/Comp...utorials/?tc=1

    I hope this is what you were talking about, and I hope this helps.

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    Hmm I beleive now to take loads off server php is being implemented more and more, it is faster than cgi, and it can be interfaced with a database. mySQL for example.

    php is more complex but it is free like perl, and it is a cool language to learn but I have yet to learn it.

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    hmm.. php more easy to me coz its just like any server pages concept.. i used study perl at my subject but its make me crazy studying it.. until now i dont really understand wat perl can do so much..

    about the Q that i ask.. its about how the var can increased itself.. or its somethin' joint with time.. or the most reason that i think was there is some application that running 24/7 at server and that app which make the change to the db.. wat do you think? is it reasonable?...
    Lord Xavier,
    Cyberdelia Technologies,
    (Wholly owned by Cyberdelia Group).

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