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#!E:/Perl/bin/perl.exe
#
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## Author: Sopan Shewale
### This script is created for giving demo on click count.
## The Script is support to display increse/decrease click's, handles back button of browser, does not handle reload stuff.
## also it's based on sessions.
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use strict;
use warnings;

use CGI;
use CGI::Session;
use CGI::Cookie;

my $q = new CGI();
my $sessionid = $q->cookie("CGISESSID") || undef;
my $session = new CGI::Session(undef, $sessionid, {Directory=>'/tmp'});
   $sessionid = $session->id();
my $cookie = new CGI::Cookie(-name=>'CGISESSID', -value=>$sessionid, -path=>"/");
print $q->header('text/html', -cookie=>$cookie);

print $q->start_html("Welcome to Click Count Demo");
print "<h1>Welcome to Click Count Demo</h1>";

my $count = $session->param('count');   ## count-is click count variable
if(!defined($count)) { $session->param('count', 0);  $count=0;}  ### if session is first time created, set count=0

$session->param('count', $count);
$count = $session->param('count');
#print "<h1>The Click Count is: $count \n";

## Form stuff
print $q->startform(-method=>'POST');
print $q->submit( -name=>"Increase", -value=>'Increase1');
print $q->submit( -name=>"Decrease", -value=>'Decrease1');
print $q->endform();

## Which button is being pressed
my $which_button = $q->param('Increase');
if(defined ($which_button)) {
    print "Increase pressed";
    $count = increase_count($count);  ## Increase the count since increase button is clicked
   $session->param('count', $count);
  }else {
   $which_button=$q->param('Decrease');
       if(defined($which_button)){
           print "Decrease pressed";
           $count = decrease_count($count);   ## Decrease the count since decrease button is clicked
           $session->param('count', $count);
            }
        else {print "You have not pressed any button, seems you are typing/re-typing the same URL"; } }

$count = $session->param('count');
print "<h1>The Click Count is: $count \n";

print $q->end_html();

## increases the count by 1
sub increase_count {
    my $number = shift;
    $number = $number +1;
    return $number;
}

## decreases the count by 1
sub decrease_count {
    my $number = shift;
   $number = $number -1;
    return $number;

}

Sopan, I reformatted your above code, so it looks like code on the Wiki. But what does this have to do with CGI::Application?? – Mark Rajcok