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Subject: free code source
Category: Computers > Programming
Asked by: elseve-ga
List Price: $3.00
Posted: 20 May 2004 16:17 PDT
Expires: 19 Jun 2004 16:17 PDT
Question ID: 349670
Hello, I want to Know where can i dowload a free code source for an
internet shop. If is posible for a t-shirt shop. Thanks
Subject: Re: free code source
Answered By: hailstorm-ga on 24 May 2004 04:44 PDT

You can find a wide variety of free and not-so-free Perl source code
at the CGI Resource Index.  Currently there are 143 entries in the
Perl Shopping Carts section, many of which are highly regarded, free
software for setting up your own Internet store, customizing it as
necessary for your own store's needs.

The Perl Shopping Carts index can be accessed from

Source referenced:
The CGI Resource Index

Search terms used:
perl shopping carts
Subject: Re: free code source
From: trueguy-ga on 20 May 2004 18:10 PDT

It's not that simple to just post a question of "i want to download
free code source"

Source code are dependent on the type of sytem configuration that you
are running such as your webhost server.  What type of server are you
on, window server, linux etc...; the server they are running like IIS
or apache.  What language the source code need to be in, cgi scripts,
vb, php, java, etc....

you have to be more advice is to read about the topics
before you endeavors to do it yourself.  Save your 2 bucks for a good
book or search the web for "canned" software that can do this for you.
 I think it exists, just google it.  Of course it comes with a hefty
Subject: Re: free code source
From: elseve-ga on 21 May 2004 07:43 PDT
i use windows server and is indifferent for me what language the
source code need to be in.
Subject: Re: free code source
From: mastallama-ga on 22 May 2004 18:21 PDT
There is a book called "ASP Unleashed" which explains how to write an
entire shopping cart website in ASP for a Windows-based server.  The
great part about the book: all the scripts come pre-written on the
accompaning CD.  The book says you can use any of the code or files
that come with it, so you may want to modify some of the code a bit,
but it should do the trick for you and cost less than a "canned"
Subject: Re: free code source
From: elseve-ga on 23 May 2004 16:54 PDT
Thanks  mastallama and  trueguy for your comments.

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