Dear Mark,

  Thanx for your reply.

  The solution you mentioned I knew it allready but i cannot change the name
of order to order[] or something else but i still want to know is there any
other way i can solve this issue.   I got so many anwer saying that it is
not possible I wonder why because PHP is supporting so many feature why not
this. In Java and Cgi-Perl it is very simple why not in PHP that's my

  In java i use : (works for both GET and POST)

public Enumeration ServletRequest.getParameterNames() - for getting all the
public String[] ServletRequest.getParameterValues(String) - for getting all
values for the given name ( this is the one which accomplishes my job, gets
both order's values)

  I am very sure that there must be some solution to this but I don't know
how to do this in PHP.  I have one solution using GET method but not with

  Looking forward for solution to this issue.



----- Original Message -----
From: Mark and Suzette <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Karthikeyan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2002 6:16 AM

> What you want to do is change the hidden fields names to order[] = 10 and
> order[]=20. This way you are generating an HTML array. PHP can then handle
> both values being assigned ($order[0], $order[1]). If you don't create an
> array, value 20 will cancel out value 10 (well should anyway).
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Karthikeyan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Newsgroups: php.general
> Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 10:21 AM
> Hi Guys,
>   I allready posted this question in detail but I believe I didn't explain
> it properly.
>   There are 2 hidden variable in my FORM.
>   1. order = 10 and 2. order=20
>   I want to retrieve both the orders in the next page say somename.php.
> do i do that.
>   Regards,
> karthikeyan.

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