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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The one remaining problem is for a hands-on small business owner to realize that just because he signs your checks doesn't make the impossible possible.

    I remember one project where the company owner wanted an HTML upload that pre-filled the upload path on the client side. Thankfully, it's impossible (unless you're running IE, maybe), but it took some explaining.

    On second thought, maybe some malicious JavaScript could do it, but I'll stand by my original assessment of "not a good idea".