Yes, well, PHP supports that a little bit differently.
If you append '' to the name, an array will be returned after submit with the values of the checked checkboxes. <INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME="test" VALUE="1" CHECKED> <INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME="test" VALUE="2"> <INPUT TYPE=TEXT NAME="test" VALUE="3" CHECKED> (submit..) $test now contains array("1","3"); bvr. Ben Turner wrote: >Don't checkboxes, if you name them all the same name, produce a comma delimited >string in php of the values selected??? > >such as for 15 checkboxes with numeric values would produce a string such as.... > >,,,,,,,13,,,,14,,,18 > >when the form was submited?? This is the way it was handled in ASP... is there >something different for PHP? > >thanks! >Ben > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php