On Friday 11 January 2002 00:50, Dani wrote:
> Hi Jason!
> thanks for your email.
> I have tried
> http://www.mywebsite.com/mypage.php?myvariable1=value1&myvariable2=value2
> and adding this into my form
> <form = "form1" method = "post" action ="<?php echo
> "$PHP_SELF?myvariable1=$myvariable1&myvariable2=$myvariable2"; ?> ">
> <input type = "text"  name="myvariable1" value="">
> but I still get some error like this ====> The specified CGI application
> misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers. The headers it
> did return are:

I'm confused at what you're trying to do here. In your original post you 
wanted to pass variables using the URL. But now you're combining it with a 

If you're using a form then:

 <form = "form1" method = "post">
   <input type = "text"  name="myvariable1" value="<? echo $myvariable1 ?>">

would suffice.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk

Evil is that which one believes of others.  It is a sin to believe evil
of others, but it is seldom a mistake.
                -- H.L. Mencken

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