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Debugging an dinternet web site

 
Isaac Ferguson
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Hi

I am interested in see the code of a web app. When I debug the object using the browser, I see that the functionality is managed in the action conv2kr.cgi. But how can I see that code. Is it in the server?



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"dinternet"?

Yes, the cgi file will be on the server.
 
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If it's the conv2kr.cgi from Hong's Hangul Conversion Tools then the source code is here.
 
Isaac Ferguson
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Hi

thanks. How did you get the file from the server?

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I didn't. I googled the script name, went to the top result and looked for a 'source code' link.
 
Isaac Ferguson
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Hi

which language has been used for writing this https://code.google.com/p/conv2kr/source/browse/conv2kr.pm ?

I want reutilize it in my java app. Can I create a script in javascript use it?

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That's Perl. If the script is complete you should be able to convert it to Java (not sure why you mention JavaScript, or how you think you would be using JavaScript code in a Java app), but fair warning: Perl is hard to understand if you aren't familiar with it. Converting it to Java would be a major task, given that there's 2000+ lines of it.
 
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Hi,

yes it is true. I need an already writen javacode which transliterate from corean into latin

Anybody know any source freely available?

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Isaac
 
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