ID: 9782
Updated by: sniper
Old-Status: Open
Status: Feedback
Bug Type: Strings related
Assigned To: 

It would be easier to find what is wrong with your example
if it would have been complete.
Try these in your script:



Previous Comments:

[2001-03-16 06:32:14] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
The number of inputs from my form varies so I have distinguished them using a counter 
that increments for each record:

<input type="text" name=Service<?php echo $counter ?> size="10">

When requesting them from the header I loop through using another counter:

while ($counter <= $noServices) {
    $serviceId = $HTTP_POST_VARS['Service$counter'];

No matter how I try to build the name of the post variable I always get the following 

Warning: Undefined variable: HTTP_POST_VARS in 
C:Inetpubwwwroot/php/neuquote/startquote.php on line 251

I have tried buiding the string as follows:

$postVar = "Service".$counter  // put $postVar between []

I have done this in ASP before and from what I have seen from PHP so far it is more 
powerful, thus hopefully one of u guys can help by a different string build or a 
different approuch to creating the inputs

Thank you for your time.

John Stoops, Neutralize (**)


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