At 9:28 PM +0200 3/11/11, Danny wrote:
Hi guys,

I have a form that has a long list of radio-bottons inside of it. The
radio-buttons are dynamically created via php and MySQL.

Here is an example of one of the radio buttons:

<input type="radio" name="<?php print ("radio_".$result_from_mysql) ; ?>" value="0"> <input type="radio" name="<?php print ("radio_".$result_from_mysql) ; ?>" value="1">

Now, when I submit this form to another page for processing, how would I "catch" the above radio-button's $_POST name since I do not know the name, only that it
starts with "radio_" ?

Thank You



Replace <?php print ("radio_".$result_from_mysql) ; ?> with an option[] array.

Realize that the name of the radio input stays the same -- it is the value that changes.

Here's a demo:

Don't make it more complicated than it needs be.




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