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cgicc and sendmail

From: Quintin Connell
Subject: cgicc and sendmail
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 16:17:47 +0200 (SAST)
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Hi all,

This isn't a purely cgicc question but rather a more general C++ on how i could 
make greater use of cgicc. 

One of the prime strengths i have found of using PERL or C scripts is their 
ability, in conjuction with sendmail, to send the output from an HTML form to a 
mail receipient, as in this code snippet
        sprintf(t, "/usr/sbin/sendmail %s", cgiGetValue(cgi, "receipient"));
        email = popen(t, "w");
        fprintf(email, "Subject: %s\n", cgiGetValue(cgi, "subject"));
        fprintf(email, "From: Quintin Connell <address@hidden>\n");
        fprintf(email, "%s\n", cgiGetValue(cgi, "message"));
by piping the output of the form to sendmail using popen().

My question is, how could the equivalent be achieved in C++ with cgicc so that 
i don't have to resort to a hybrid use of C and C++?

Thanks in advance

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