It is wrong to use that way of doing it John, cause this will delete ALL
lines that where printed with a checkbox
And also, if you are using a old version of PHP with register globals OFF,
the _POST array will not be available

Mathieu Dumoulin

"1lt John W. Holmes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> a écrit dans le message de
> > I have a mysql database with a table using one column as a primary key.
> > (rowID). On a php page I use a query to  list all of the rows of the
> > and have a checkbox beside each  row that should be used to check if you
> > would like to delete this row. Can someone give me an example using post
> > to pull the boxes that need to be deleted.
> Easy one.. :)
> Make sure your checkboxes have the rowID as their value, then you can
> do this:
> $query = "DELETE FROM table WHERE rowID IN (" .
> implode(',',$_POST['checkboxes']) . ")";
> and run that query.
> You'll end up with something that looks like this:
> DELETE FROM table WHERE rowID IN (1,2,3,4,5)
> where the numbers will come from only the checkboxes that you selected.
> ---John Holmes...

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