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single ecart var to hold multiple values?

Thread began 6/10/2010 12:35 pm by ijs174940 | Last modified 6/15/2010 7:11 am by ijs174940 | 1301 views | 3 replies

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single ecart var to hold multiple values?

I have a item that can be chossen for more than one location and they are choosen from a group of checkboxs which I just made a simple loop for :

<?php do { ++$i?>

<input <?php if (isset($_POST['Pub_'.$i])) {echo "checked=\"checked\"";} ?> type="checkbox" name="Pub_<?php echo $i;?>" value="<?php echo $row_rs_member_list['ID'];?>" /><?php echo $row_rs_member_list['PUB_NAME']; ?><br />

<?php } while ($row_rs_member_list = mysql_fetch_assoc($rs_member_list)); ?>

so from this I can end up with 1 to 20 or more values "Pub_1=123&Pub_3=124" and so on... I wanted to know if I could store this sting in a ecart column in this format?

I tried to make it sort the value in an array but it would not store it correctly

do {
if (isset($_POST['Pub_'.++$iurl])) {
$Publist[] = $_POST['Pub_'.$iurl];
} while ($iurl != $totalRows_rs_member_list); $iurl = 0;

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