Hi, I am just not seeing what is wrong with my code.

Can anyone tell me if there is anything wrong with the following 

        function set_material_id($material_id)
                if (!preg_match('/^\d{1,3}$/', $material_id)) {
                        return false;
                } else {
                        $this->ff_material_id = $material_id;

The value being passed to this function is "1" (contained in a POST form 
field named "ffmaterial0"), yet it is returning false.  I have a test in 
my script that looks like this:

} elseif 
(!$ff_instance->set_material_id($_POST["ffmaterial{$ff_counter}"])) {
        die("set_material_id() method of \$ff_instance failed");

And I am getting the "die()" error message.  $ff_counter is 0, the first 
iteration of a for loop.

Can anyone see a problem with this, or at least confirm that I'm not 



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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