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Re: Getting variable names passed to form in php
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This works perfectly. Of course since method defaults to GET, this won't
work at all without a server (in most or all browsers). If you use
method="POST", it will work (sort of) without a server in many browsers
(some will complain 'POST not supported' because there is not a server to
post to) but it should take you to test.php --- which looks blank because
without a server, there is nothing to execute your php. But if you show
source you will find you are in the right place.
That explains it.
or you could use array_keys. Look it up in the manual.
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