On Saturday 19 January 2002 14:45, K.Tomono wrote:
> Yes, I think too, it's better way to use an array rather than a dynamic
> name of the variable.
> I thought that the first question means how to use a dynamic variable.
> By the way,
> > little array propaganda, jic :) Arrays work great in forms too!
> > http://www.php.net/manual/en/faq.html.php#AEN73718
> Does this technique work fine on the version 3.0.14 later to 3.0.18
> of PHP? (Not PHP4)
> I tried an array in forms simply like below in the other day,
> but this didn't work fine...
> ( for the checkboxes )
> <INPUT TYPE="CHECKBOX" NAME="MYCHK" VALUE="A">
> <INPUT TYPE="CHECKBOX" NAME="MYCHK" VALUE="B">
> Unfortunately, I had thought that it could be got as an array,
> but variable $MYCHK is overwritten by the last value "B" always.
I don't know whether the following works for PHP3, but for PHP4 you would use:
<INPUT TYPE="CHECKBOX" NAME="MYCHK[A]" VALUE="A">
<INPUT TYPE="CHECKBOX" NAME="MYCHK[B]" VALUE="B">
You could even use multi-dimensional arrays:
<INPUT TYPE="CHECKBOX" NAME="MYFORM[CHECKBOX][A]" VALUE="A">
You would reference this as $MYFORM['CHECKBOX']['A'] in your php code.
Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
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