Why not write hidden inputs and name them appropriately so that when the form gets submitted again, the array gets created automatically--no implode/explode.
<input name="input[var1]" value="hello"> <input name="input[var2]" value="world"> then, upon submittal, the array, $_POST['input'], would look like this: Array ( "var1" => "hello" "var2" => "world" ) Please let me know if this is unclear.... Court -----Original Message----- From: Mike de Libero To: John Hughes, Jomari Works; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 3/18/02 7:22 PM Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] passing array through $PHP_SELF Sorry to say but the inelegant solution is the only way I have found how to do it :(. I read it on php FAQTs on how to pass arrays on multi-step forms. This is a very similar thing. So yes you have to implode the array then pass it in a hidden field. Then explode the array after being passed to form again. Hope this helps. -Mike de Libero [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.soreye.com -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php