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Ok guys i think i have found one solution to my problem :D

i called my own scribt back again. i have done it for only i button but it seems to be working :D

the link http://www.cgi101.com/learn/ given by toolic helped me, thanks.

so any other solutions apart from this one??

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use CGI qw(:all) ; my $today; my $thismonth; my $thisyear; chomp($today = `date +"%-d"`); chomp($thismonth = `date +"%-m"`); chomp($thisyear = `date +"%Y"`); my $cal; my $dir; $cgi = CGI->new; $dir=$cgi->param("dir"); if($cgi->param("today") && $cgi->param("thismonth") && $cgi->param("th +isyear")) { if($dir eq "back") { $today=$cgi->param("today"); $today=$today-1; } } print $cgi->header,$cgi->start_html("$today.$thismonth.$thisyear"); print<<HTML; <table border=1> <tr> <td><form name="input" action="date.cgi" method="POST"> <input type="hidden" name="today" value="$today"> <input type="hidden" name="thismonth" value="$thismonth"> <input type="hidden" name="thisyear" value="$thisyear"> <input type="hidden" name="dir" value="back"> <input type="submit" value="Yesterday"></td> </form> <td>$today</td> <td>$thismonth</td> <td>$thisyear</td> <td><button type="button">Tomorrow</td> <td><button type="button">Set Title</td> </tr> </table> HTML print $cgi->end_html;

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