>Hello, > >I'm trying to explode an associative array element in $HTTP_POST_VARS >retrieved from submitting am html form. The URL to the form is: >http://www.funfry.com/form.html > >Now when I try to explode $HTTP_POST_VARS["domains"] it doesn't seem to have >the desired effect. I use the syntax "$site = explode(" >",$HTTP_POST_VARS["domains"]);" and instead of the expected result of: > >$site = "www.php.net"; >$site = "www.jokaroo.com"; >$site = "www.gnu.org"; > >I get: $site = "www.php.net www.jokaroo.com www.gnu.org"; > >The value of $HTTP_POST_VARS["domains"] after submitting the form is >"www.php.net www.jokaroo.com www.gnu.org". Does anyone have an idea of how >I can get each domain in a seperate array index?
var_dump($HTTP_POST_VARS['domains']); I *suspect* that you actually have: <INPUT NAME=domains VALUE=www.php.net> <INPUT NAME=domains VALUE=www.jokaroo.com> <INPUT NAME=domains VALUE=www.gnu.org> If so, then $HTTP_POST_VARS['domains'] is an *ARRAY* already, and doing an explode on it is just silly. -- Like Music? http://l-i-e.com/artists.htm -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php