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Difference between CGI and Servlet

 
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I can understand the difference between CGI and Servlet because I answer this question bellow and I don't understand why is the last option is right

which is not true about CGI and Java Servlets ?

A ) CGI programs are plataform dependent while servlets are plataform independent

B ) CGI runs a containier to geet low-level services

The right answer is letter B and I put letter A.

For me CGI programs are plataform independent and I don't know where runs CGI.
 
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Please QuoteYourSources.

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Renato Carauta
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Sorry the source of this question is this mock exam OCEWCD (Java EE 6 Web Component) Training Lab
 
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"A" is wrong because they are both platform independent (see rfc3875).

but what they are trying to say in answer "B": I have no idea ....

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Renato Carauta
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Thank you for your answer I understand the letter A.
 
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