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The Common Gateway Interface (CGI), is a standard for passing data between HTML pages and server-side programs, called CGI scripts. ( CGI Specification ) These scripts are traditionally stored in the "cgi-bin" directory, although they need not be binaries. CGI scripts may be written in virtually any language and they are most often written in PERL, or C/C++.
Some Useful CGI Links:
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CGI Made Really Easy is an excellent tutorial on basic CGI. If you are already familliar with C or Perl, this may be all you need to get your first CGI programs up and running. If not, this tutorial will at least provide an overview of CGI programming basics.
ITM's CGI Collection
CGI Open FAQ
Web Developer's Virtual Library CGI page.