cliffo at u.washington.edu
Sun Mar 12 17:58:45 PST 2000
Thanks, I just figured it out I think.
The solution is to do something like this...
# test solution
$i = 1;
$temp1 = "blah";
Note the apostrophe. Let me know if anyone has better/alternative
On Sun, 12 Mar 2000, C. Olmsted wrote:
> Hey all,
> Yet another non-linux question :) I'm working on a cgi development for
> work. I have a list of input variables on an html form set up like this:
> name1, name2, name3, name4,...
> I would like to create a loop to parse each of the names in turn since
> there could be any arbitrary number of these variables with
> different values for each (the form is dynamic).
> My thinking is something like this...
> for ($i = 1; $i <= $count; $i++)
> $name$i = param('$name$i')
> print $name$i;
> where $count is the number of names that exist in the list.
> Of course this doesn't work since I don't know how to combine
> two variables into one variable name. Is a foreach loop what I really
> want to use?
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