I like this idea but it's giving me a parse error on this code:

if (!{$C_Last_Name}{$y}) 

I'm looking at the other ideas also.

Jeff Oien

> >     if (!$C_Last_Name$y) {
> > The form submitting information to this code has field name like
> > C_Last_Name1 C_Last_Name2 depending on how many Children
> > are signing up for something. So I need $y to represent the number.
> You want this:
> if (!{$C_Last_Name}{$y}) {
> The {} surrounding the variable name tells PHP that those are
> unique entities/variables.  For example, you could use the following:
> echo "Hello, {$userInfo->printFirstName()}";
> to interpolate a class' method call within a string...
> Chris

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