In a form I am using a series of check boxes for a number of lists. Some 
calculations has to be done on the client side using Javascript depending 
upon the check box values. For this I am using a single variable name 
(array) for the check boxes in a list and another for the next list and so 
on. The format I have used is
<input type="checkbox" name="list1" value="Education" onclick="addList()"> 
<input type="checkbox" name="list1" value="Profession" onclick="addList()"> 

I can access these variables from Javascript as list1[0] & list1[1].
(document.form.list1['0'].checked & document.form.list1['1'].checked

But when this form is submitted to the PHP script I am getting only the 
last value. list1 = 'Profession'. I am not getting an array of values.
for ($i=0; $i<count($list1); $i++)
        $listall .= '$list1[$i],';

How can I accomplish both these operations? I cannot use single variables 
names for each item in the form, because it is more than 1000. Also I want 
to use both Javascript & PHP operations. Please help to solve this issue or 
suggest some other ways to accomplish this business logic.

Many Thanks in Advance & Best Regards
Sheni R Meledath

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