[PHP] Re: Function Not Accepting Variable Values From a Form

2002-03-21 Thread Julio Nobrega Trabalhando
Scope. Try to pass the values as the function reference (inside the ()), 'global' them, or use $_POST[''], from 4.1 and beyond. If you don't know what's a 'scope', there's an entry on the manual that can explain better. -- Julio Nobrega. Um dia eu chego lá:

[PHP] Re: Function Not Accepting Variable Values From a Form

2002-03-21 Thread Dr. Shim
I will try $_POST[] first. I do that under the value parameter for each form element? input type=text name=author value=?php $_POST['author'] ? Right? -- Julio Nobrega Trabalhando [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL

RE: [PHP] Re: Function Not Accepting Variable Values From a Form

2002-03-21 Thread Rick Emery
you still need to declare the values as GLOBAL -Original Message- From: Dr. Shim [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 11:12 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Re: Function Not Accepting Variable Values From a Form I will try $_POST[] first. I do that under

[PHP] Re: Function Not Accepting Variable Values From a Form

2002-03-21 Thread Dr. Shim
function verify() { echo Verify called. Values are...br\n Title: . $_POST['title'] . br\n# This works! Author: $authorbr\n Lead Actors: $actorsbr\n Poster: $posterbr\n Summ.: $summerybrbr\n\n Rev.: $reviewbrbr\n\n; } -- PHP General