CGI

Aviation acronym: Chief Ground Instructor

CGI

Computer Generated Images + Computer Graphics Interface

CGI

Refers to Computer Generated Illustration as used in manga or anime. Macintosh computers started an explosion in the use of computer assisted illustration in manga production, and today's manga make heavy use of computers
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Cgi

CGI (The Common Gateway Interface) is a specification that allows computer Web servers execute other programs and incorporate their output into the text, graphics, and audio sent to a client Web browser. The server and the CGI program work together to enhance and customise the World Wide Web's capabilities. By providing a standard interface, the CG...
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CGI

Common Gateway Interface - an interactive system installed on Web servers to automatically process information entered into Web page forms.
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CGI

Common Gateway Interface, details ...
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CGI

Common Gateway Interface. The server-side program or script used to process the data entered in a fill-in form.
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CGI

(In topic `Web Development`) CGI (Common Gateway Interface) is the interface between web-based applications and the Web server. CGI scripts enable developers to create dynamic or interactive applications on their web-site such as handling incoming forms, grabbing records from a database etc. Although most CGI applications are written in Perl, most ...
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CGI

(Common Gateway Interface) -- A standard for running external programs from a World-Wide Web HTTP server. CGI specifies how to pass arguments to the executing program as part of the HTTP request. It also defines a set of environment variables. Commonly, the program will generate some HTML which will be passed back to the browser, but it can also re...
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CGI

computer generated imagery
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CGI

Computer Generated Imagery. An image or images created or manipulated with the aid of a computer. The term is often used to refer specifically to 3D computer animation, although it is really more widely applicable.
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CGI

Common Gateway Interface: A protocol that allows a Web page to run a program on a Web server. Forms, counters, and guestbooks are common examples of CGI programs.
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CGI

(from the article `computer programming language`) ...documents. Web scripting can add information to a page as a reader uses it or let the reader enter information that may, for example, be passed on ...
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CGI

Common Gateway Interface
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CGI

A set of rules that describe how a Web Server communicates with another piece of software on the same machine, and how the other piece of software (the ?CGI program?) talks to the web server. Any piece of software can be a CGI program if it handles input and output according to the CGI standard.
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CGI

Computer-generated image
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CGI

Acronym for Common Gateway Interface. It is a specification for transferring information between the
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Cgi

Short for the common gateway interface. Cgi specifies the way a web browser (client) can request or
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CGI

Clinical Global Impression - an assessment tool for the evaluation of drug treatment effects on dise
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CGI

Short for Common Gateway Interface is a standard way for a Web server to pass a Web user's request to an application/program and to receive data back to forward to the user.
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CGI

Computer-Generated Imagery
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