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From: "Cosby, Christopher" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> I don't want to start a tangent here, but the most accepted way for
> generating HTML with PHP is to NOT generate HTML with PHP. Thus, the
> original code should be written like this:
Huh? ".. most accepted way for generating ...is NOT generate.."?
Brain fart? =)
I will regularly use large "echo" style statements to generate HTML, especially
<SELECT> tags and result tables.
> As far as the POST/GET question, you technically can use POST and GET
> methods simultaneously, but it's nasty. For best results, stay away from
> the register_globals functionality and use $HTTP_POST_VARS and
> $HTTP_GET_VARS instead.
Both of which are deprecated. =( _GET _POST are the new ones.
POST will allow larger form submits as well, like file uploads. GET are for
smaller and faster data sets.
> Go to WeSellBooksByTheMillions and buy a good PHP book for reference. They
> have lots of basics like this in them. I prefer most anything from Wrox
> Press (http://www.wrox.com/)
RIP Computer Literacy bookstores after the Barnes and Noble acquisition.
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