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1. When choosing a script, I try to follow some of the advice from this article:
http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2002/01/23/cgi.html. I have noticed that your scripts don't use the -w,-T, use strict; use warnings; use CGI.pm.    Cat: Misc

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 In-Out is a neato little program which watches PC and Mac users while they work. For windows, it's a tiny Windows tray icon. When your screensaver becomes active, or after you've been idle for X minutes, it marks you as "Away" and when you return, it marks you as "In." For Mac users, it's a Widget which keeps an eye on your mouse and keyboard activity.
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I really like this utility. Using a LOC file returned a nice GPX file.

Thanks for the nice code. I'm going to get some other geocaching software, and see if your GPX file works in it.

When I entered a LOC file, the results that I got back looked great in notepad.This looks like a GREAT tool!

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