Hmmm, CGI only returns strings. Sometimes x*1 will give a number (0) even if x is a string ("0")... but I would have said your example should work...


Cheers -Terry
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On Tue, 28 Nov 2006, Mark Barratt wrote:

Paul Winkler wrote:

This kind of thing is usually a mistaken type assumption.
I bet your radiobutton is setting it to "0" rather than 0.


Thanks. Yes it was. But neither value=0 (which I think is invalid XHTML), nor value="" makes any difference.

Mark Barratt
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