Yeah got to be register_globals and also a tip to save future problems if
you are working with forms and u want to redisplay submitted data you will
need to learn about stripslashes (if you have magic_quotes_gpc on) and

And for the db additions addslashes (for if magic_quotes_gpc is off)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Craton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Sunday, September 29, 2002 7:00 PM
Subject: [PHP] Not Displaying From Vars??

> I bet you're getting sick of hearing from me but yet again, I'm having
> trouble. I have a form that you type in a number for how many hours an
> employee has worked. When they submit the form, it's supposed to
> display, again, what they typed in and record them to a database to be
> used for a later use. The form, evidently, submits fine but what my
> problem is, is that it won't display what they typed in.
> All I'm doing is putting in this:
> <?php echo $sun_reg; ?>
> The input field looks like this:
> <input name="sun_reg" type="text" class="hours" id="sun_reg"
> size="4" maxlength="3">
> Does anyone see the problem? I can assign the form method to be GET and
> it displays all the field values in the URL just fine, it's just not
> displaying in the page itself.
> Thanks,
> Stephen
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