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If you have checked your logs and are not getting an error, perhaps you need to unbuffer your output. Add $|++; to the top of the code:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w use CGI; use strict; use HTML::Entities; $|++;
For more information, see Suffering from Buffering.

Also, try running the from the command line to see what the output is. Frankly, I didn't look at the code too closely. I just saw data being dumped to the screen that wasn't encoded and responded to that. Good luck!

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Ovid

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