Re: variable ending with ^@
Hi himanshu, It might help for you to try to find whether the problem is with the first stage: CGI -> Perl -> libxslt -> HTML or the second stage after the user presses the submit button: CGI -> Perl logic_file.cgi -> HTTP redirect -> CGI -> Perl abc.cgi You can do that easily enough by going "View Source" on the HTML that the libxslt is producing. Is there trailing garbage on the variable? I suspect not. (If my suspicion is correct, it makes the rest of this reply off-topic for an XSL list, since there isn't any XSLT in the second stage. But if you just want to hack together something that works, then I will summon my Perl-fu for this advice:) If you want to trim a trailing ASCII NUL byte from a Perl string, chomp won't work. chop should work, but it's usually too aggressive and will chop anything. Try instead: $variable =~ s/\0$//; But I believe that you have probably removed the part of the code that is introducing the trailing NUL in your effort to simplify the problem. It's quite unlikely that it's in the XSLT part of your chain, and far more likely to be in the Perl code. It might also be good to look through your HTTP server's logs and see if the HTTP redirect URL looks right.
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