At 6:07 PM -0600 3/12/11, Shawn McKenzie wrote:
On 03/12/2011 10:37 AM, tedd wrote:
> Here's a demo:
> Don't make it more complicated than it needs be.
My point exactly! So long as the name of the name part is the same
they will be treated as the same "group" of radio buttons.
So here is the long and short; if the name is the same and you specify
an index then names with the same index will be grouped together:
name and name are the same but different group from name. If
you don't specify an index, but the name is the same, then they are
grouped together: name, name.
By grouped together I mean that only one of the group can be selected
and therefore successful on submit.
Yeah, that's clear as mud -- I know how to do it and that confused me. :-\
Here's a much simpler example than my previous one:
You don't even need an array. Just check the "choice" variable.
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