with

<input type=hidden value=$var  name=var>

you can pass variables right through a form .
Have to do things differently when working with security issues at hand
though.

<!-- search2.php -->

 <HTML>
 <BODY>
         <H1>This is the Displaying page</H1>
         <?php

                 if(mem_id)
                 {
                         echo("<FORM ACTION=search3.php>");
                         echo("$mem_id<BR>");
                         echo("$name<BR>");
                         echo("$age<BR>");

                         echo("<INPUT TYPE=hidden VALUE=$mem_id
NAME=mem_id>");
                         echo("<INPUT TYPE=hidden VALUE=$name NAME=name>");
                         echo("<INPUT TYPE=hidden VALUE=$age NAME=age>");

                         echo("<INPUT TYPE=submit VALUE=Enter NAME=Enter>");
 //                      require("search3.php");
 //                      series($mem_id,$name,$age);
                         echo("</FORM>");

                 }
                 else{ echo("<H2>Inconvient data</H2>");}
         ?>
 </BODY>
 </HTML>

Sharmad Naik <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb in im Newsbeitrag:
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> Hi,
>         I have created a database with following structure
>
>                 CREATE TABLE member(
>                         mem_id INT,
>                         name TEXT,
>                         age INT);
>
>         the first page is as follows :
>
> <!-- search1.html -->
> <HTML>
> <BODY>
>        <H1> This is the  first page </H1>
>        <FORM ACTION=search2.php>
>        Member ID :
>        <INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="mem_id">
>        Member NAME :
>        <INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="name">
>        Member AGE :
>        <INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="age">
>
>        <INPUT TYPE="submit" NAME="Enter">
>        </FORM>
> </BODY>
> </HTML>
>
> The second page that is search 2.php is as follows :
>
> <!-- search2.php -->
> <HTML>
> <BODY>
>         <H1>This is the Displaying page</H1>
>         <?php
>
>                 if(mem_id)
>                 {
>                         echo("<FORM ACTION=search3.php>");
>                         echo("$mem_id<BR>");
>                         echo("$name<BR>");
>                         echo("$age<BR>");
>                         echo("<INPUT TYPE=submit VALUE=Enter
NAME=Enter>");
> //                      require("search3.php");
> //                      series($mem_id,$name,$age);
>                         echo("</FORM>");
>                 }
>                 else{ echo("<H2>Inconvient data</H2>");}
>         ?>
> </BODY>
> </HTML>
>
> This is search3.php
>
> <?php
>         function series($mem_id,$name,$age)
>         {
>                 echo("$mem_id");
>                 echo("$name");
>                 echo("$age");
>         }
>
>         series($mem_id,$name,$age);
>
> ?>
>
>
> In my search3.php I want to insert (which i have not given) or atleast
echo the parameter like mem_id, age and name.My Q
> +is how do i pass the parameters between search2.php and search3.php.If
there is another way out pls tell.
> I tried using functions to get the work done.but couldn't get my way out.
>
>         Can anybody help me?
>
>
> Sharmad
>
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