At 3:39 PM +0100 10/4/09, MEM wrote:
> i don't think so. if the user requests the page "a_form.php" then the
will normally execute the a_form.php script regardless whether the form
submitted or not.
to display a blank form, the user probably requests a_form.php with the
method and probably without any GET parameters. the script will run but
$_POST['submit'] is not set. so the script you show above will echo
couldn't process the form". that will likely confuse the user.
Ok... but please have a look here, I've uploaded and tested that code, and I
can assure you that the message doesn't appear when the form first load:
Note: if you use: "copy to clipboard" option the numbers will gone.
The problem, as I see it, is that you are not
willing to write a simple example and get that to
work. Instead, you complicate things beyond your
ability to understand.
My advice, step back -- write a simple example
that does what you want and then expand it.
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