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Old 01-23-2006, 05:23 PM   #1
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cgi/html/php/something script


hi there,

I run a command and basically what it does, is it outputs two variables into a file, each on there own line and it does this over and over again, so the file looks like this.

Var1
Var2
Var3
Var4
Var5
Var6

And so on and so on. What I want to do is get either a cgi/html/php/something script that will draw out the first two variables and place them in a box in an html table and then draw out the next two variables and place them in the next box and so forth and so forth.

even if you don't know the complete answer, any advice or pointing me in the right direction to solve this would be helpful
 
  


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