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Common gateway interface

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The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is an industry standard for communicating between a Web server and another program that is often employed in such instances.

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CGI scripts were the initial mechanism used to enable websites to interact with databases and other applications. A CGI application executes as a separate process, which can be written in a variety of programming languages.

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