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  1. In Topic: Getting two values from one checkbox form

    Posted 15 Dec 2012

    View PostCTphpnwb, on 15 December 2012 - 02:53 PM, said:

    Well, it should be easy. Have you got it, kielmaru?


    Yes. I asked on another site. I did explode inside a foreach and assigned two arrays for the exploded value.
  2. In Topic: Getting two values from one checkbox form

    Posted 15 Dec 2012

    array(2) { [0]=> string(6) "100.00" [1]=> string(1) "3" }

    that shows up when I vardump it. Thats what I want to do. 100.00 is the price. 3 is the procedure number.

    But if I echo $ercharge, its the word "array".
  3. In Topic: Getting two values from one checkbox form

    Posted 15 Dec 2012

    Wait. Turns out I was printing out the $totalofer which used the function array_sum. Thats why its summing up even the procedure number.

    So I print out $ercharge which is the POST variable from er[].

    The output is just "Array". I wasnt expecting it cause its just going to output the numbers. I mean, if the array_sum worked and it outputted the correct sum, why didnt it output the one that wasnt computed yet?
  4. In Topic: Getting two values from one checkbox form

    Posted 15 Dec 2012

    View PostDormilich, on 15 December 2012 - 04:26 AM, said:

    if a variable prints as "Array", you tried to echo an array directly, which would need other functions to do that correctly.

    some more comments.
    - you’ll get an "array expected" error on the foreach should your first isset() return false.
    - you will never know, which procedure’s checkbos was check, because every hidden textfield submits, but only the checked checkboxes (you may use explicit indices to tie them back together).
    - line #18 won’t work correctly if any of the isset()s returned false.


    Disregard those computations. I know how they work thats why they're commented. I just want to get two values first. I tried this:

    	echo '<td><input type="checkbox" name="er[]" value="'.$price.$procedure.'">';
    
    


    It works. It outputs the procedure number. But the problem is, when i select multiple procedures, it adds it up. And it outputs it as continuous numbers. How can I separate it? Explode() doesnt seem to work.
  5. In Topic: Simple login page with only 3 password attempts

    Posted 18 Jul 2012

    So that's why the message "Try again" is displaying as "Try again Try again Try again"?
    Well he only said that the program uses loop and he gave us the logic. So the $_Session is the only way? So I'll just add $_SESSION to my counter (which is $ctr), and the loop structure is just the same? I'll just use the code you gave and modify it.

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