Jochem Maas wrote:
in the script that recieve the form submission try adding the following lines to view the contents of the $_GET superglobal array.

echo '<pre>';
print_r( $_GET );

tip for those pulling their hair out: PRINT_R() is your friend!!! ...sometimes referred to as the poormans debugger.

now lets sing together: "If in doubt print it out!" :-)

echo '</pre>';

once you see the structure it should be clear what array index key(s) you should be using to get to the relevant values.

PS - Matt M.'s syntax suggestion is along the right lines (although the actual keys you use may be different.

Matt M. wrote:

$_GET['simplevariable']  but am not having much luck with anything like:

$_GET["arrayvariable$a"] (1-dimensional array) or
$_GET["arrayvariable$a$b"] (2-dimensional array)

(I've tried several other odd syntaxes such as
$_GET["arrayvariable[$a][$b]"].  Also it's not an \" situation.)

have you tried $_GET["arrayvariable"][$a] or $_GET["arrayvariable"][$a][$b]

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