With Internet Explorer 5, HTAs can read and write files on the client machine or run embedded ActiveX controls and Java applets regardless of any security-zone settings.
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Let's talk about writing cross-platform Perl/CGI programs. Cross-platform means that a program will work just as well on a Windows server as it will on a Unix server and vice versa. It also means that if a program is moved from one type of server to another, it can run without any modifications.