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cookie

 $cookie=$query->cookie('name')

Defines or retrieves a cookie. See also header.

name

Name of the cookie (required).

Using named parameters, the syntax is:

$cookie = $query->cookie(-name=>'name',
                         -value=>'value',
                         -expires=>'expcode',
                         -path=>'partial_url',
                         -domain=>'domain_name',
                         -secure=>1);
print $query->header(-cookie=>$cookie);

-value=>'value'

A value to assign to the cookie. You can supply a scalar value, or a reference to an array or hash. If omitted, a cookie will be retrieved rather than defined.

-expires=>expcode

Specify an expiration timestamp (such as +3d for 3 days). Values for expcode are:

ns

n seconds

nm

n minutes

nh

n hours

nd

n days

nM

n months

nY

n years

day_of_week, dd-MMM-YY hh:mm:ss GMT

At the specified time

now

Expire immediately.

-path=>'partial_url'

The partial URL for which the cookie is valid. Default is the current URL.

-domain=>'domain_name'

The domain for which the cookie is valid.

-secure=>1

Only use this cookie for a secure session.


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