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12-13-2011, 03:13 AM #1
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Passing value from child form to parent form
12-13-2011, 09:57 PM #2
NOT AT ALL.
But on top of that, you are trying to treat a multiple set of <input> fields as if they were a single <select> field. That will never work, in any language.
The is no such thing as selectedIndex for any <form> field type except a <select>.
Finally, I have no idea what kind of values you are getting for those <input> fields.
I can't make sense of this:Since $1 is just a number from 0 to 4, that means the value= of those <input>s is going to be like this:Code:<?php echo $i."*".test;?>
Where I have no idea what xxxx will actually be.Code:value=0.*.xxxx value=1.*.xxxx value=2.*.xxxx value=3.*.xxxx value=4.*.xxxx
Or if that is even legal PHP code.
So let's start with that: Bring up that web page in your browser. Right click somewhere in it and then click on "View Page Source" from the right click menu that appears. Copy/paste what you see from that to here.
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12-14-2011, 05:25 PM #3
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