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2.8 Examining Environment Variables

What would the chapter be without a program that displays some of the commonly used environment variables? Here it is:

#!/usr/local/bin/perl
%list = ('SERVER_SOFTWARE',   'The server software is: ',
         'SERVER_NAME',       'The server hostname, DNS alias, or IP address is: ',
         'GATEWAY_INTERFACE', 'The CGI specification revision is: ',   
         'SERVER_PROTOCOL',   'The name and revision of info protocol is: ',
         'SERVER_PORT',       'The port number for the server is: ',
         'REQUEST_METHOD',    'The info request method is: ',
         'PATH_INFO',         'The extra path info is: ',
         'PATH_TRANSLATED',   'The translated PATH_INFO is: ',
         'DOCUMENT_ROOT',     'The server document root directory is: ',
         'SCRIPT_NAME',       'The script name is: ',
         'QUERY_STRING',      'The query string is (FORM GET): ',
         'REMOTE_HOST',       'The hostname making the request is: ',
         'REMOTE_ADDR',       'The IP address of the remote host is: ',
         'AUTH_TYPE',         'The authentication method is: ',
         'REMOTE_USER',       'The authenticated user is: ',
         'REMOTE_IDENT',      'The remote user is (RFC 931): ',
         'CONTENT_TYPE',      'The content type of the data is (POST, PUT): ',
         'CONTENT_LENGTH',    'The length of the content is: ',
         'HTTP_ACCEPT',       'The MIME types that the client will accept are: ',
         'HTTP_USER_AGENT',   'The browser of the client is: ',
         'HTTP_REFERER',      'The URL of the referer is: ');
print "Content-type: text/html","\n\n";
print "<HTML>", "\n";
print  "<HEAD><TITLE>List of Environment Variables</TITLE></HEAD>", "\n";
print "<BODY>", "\n";
print "<H1>", "CGI Environment Variables", "</H1>", "<HR>", "\n";
while ( ($env_var, $info) = each %list ) {
      print $info, "<B>", $ENV{$env_var}, "</B>", "<BR>","\n";
}    
    
print "<HR>", "\n";
print "</BODY>", "</HTML>", "\n";
exit (0);

The associative array contains each environment variable and its description. The while loop iterates through the array one variable at a time with the each command. Figure 2.3 shows what the output will look in a browser window.

Figure 2.3: Output of example program

[Graphic: Figure 2-3]


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