array in $_GET ...

i'll try to be short ... i have this in html :

<select name="OS[]" size="5">
   <option value="0" selected>Please select one or more...</option>
   <option value="1">Windows</option>
   <option value="2">Mac OS X</option>
   <option value="3">Linux</option>
</select>

and i want to echo the values from this simple list (OS), i mean array 
from $_GET array ...

i did this:

foreach($_GET as $i => $val)
     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";

but, it only echoes out OS: Array ...

and this: echo $_GET['OS'][1]."<br>\n"; but it is wrong ...

how to extract values from OS array inside te GET ? please help ...
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dude wrote:

> i'll try to be short ... i have this in html :
> 
> <select name="OS[]" size="5">
>    <option value="0" selected>Please select one or more...</option>
>    <option value="1">Windows</option>
>    <option value="2">Mac OS X</option>
>    <option value="3">Linux</option>
> </select>
> 
> and i want to echo the values from this simple list (OS), i mean array
> from $_GET array ...
> 
> i did this:
> 
> foreach($_GET as $i => $val)
>      echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";
> 
> but, it only echoes out OS: Array ...
> 
> and this: echo $_GET['OS'][1]."<br>\n"; but it is wrong ...
> 

> how to extract values from OS array inside te GET ? please help ...

Hi,

Your select is not an array, but a simple value, since only 1 can be 
selected.
So if you want to know what was selected, just use:
<select name="OS" size="5">

and from PHP: $_GET["OS"] 

Of course this means the method of the form was GET and not POST, in which 
case you should use $_POST["OS"]

I think you are confusing checkboxes with select.
For checkboxes you can use:
<input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="1">1<br>
<input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="2">2<br>
<input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="3">3<br>

then from PHP: 
$myvalArr = $_POST["myval"];

Regards,
Erwin Moller


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6/16/2006 11:57:46 AM
"dude" <dude.j@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:e6u5nn$3g3$1@ss408.t-com.hr...
> i'll try to be short ... i have this in html :
>
> <select name="OS[]" size="5">
>   <option value="0" selected>Please select one or more...</option>
>   <option value="1">Windows</option>
>   <option value="2">Mac OS X</option>
>   <option value="3">Linux</option>
> </select>
>
> and i want to echo the values from this simple list (OS), i mean array 
> from $_GET array ...
>
> i did this:
>
> foreach($_GET as $i => $val)
>     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";


try:
foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
    echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";

By the way, I think you're missing the attribute MULTIPLE from the select if 
you want to be able to select multiple items. It should be
<select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple>

or if you're using xhtml,
<select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple="multiple">



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spam4297 (354)
6/16/2006 12:04:30 PM
Erwin Moller wrote:
> dude wrote:
> 
> 
>>i'll try to be short ... i have this in html :
>>
>><select name="OS[]" size="5">
>>   <option value="0" selected>Please select one or more...</option>
>>   <option value="1">Windows</option>
>>   <option value="2">Mac OS X</option>
>>   <option value="3">Linux</option>
>></select>
>>
>>and i want to echo the values from this simple list (OS), i mean array
>>from $_GET array ...
>>
>>i did this:
>>
>>foreach($_GET as $i => $val)
>>     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";
>>
>>but, it only echoes out OS: Array ...
>>
>>and this: echo $_GET['OS'][1]."<br>\n"; but it is wrong ...
>>
> 
> 
>>how to extract values from OS array inside te GET ? please help ...
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> Your select is not an array, but a simple value, since only 1 can be 
> selected.
> So if you want to know what was selected, just use:
> <select name="OS" size="5">
> 
> and from PHP: $_GET["OS"] 
> 
> Of course this means the method of the form was GET and not POST, in which 
> case you should use $_POST["OS"]
> 
> I think you are confusing checkboxes with select.
> For checkboxes you can use:
> <input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="1">1<br>
> <input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="2">2<br>
> <input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="3">3<br>
> 
> then from PHP: 
> $myvalArr = $_POST["myval"];
> 
> Regards,
> Erwin Moller

thnx, but it is not about checkboxes ... this works fine with checkboxes 
  ... not with list :)
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dude.j (9)
6/16/2006 12:24:21 PM
> try:
> foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
>     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";
> 
> By the way, I think you're missing the attribute MULTIPLE from the select if 
> you want to be able to select multiple items. It should be
> <select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple>
> 
> or if you're using xhtml,
> <select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple="multiple">

i did set multiple, and the foreach and the echo result is:
if all the items in the list are selected :
	0: 1
	1: 2
	2: 3
	3: 3

if second selected then the echo will be: 0: 1

ok, i can work this way, but can it echo values i mean selected string,
like Windows, Linux, ... , not 0:1, 0:2, etc ...
is it possible ?
eccept if ... or switch condition

		foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
			if($i == 0 && $val == 1)
				echo "Windows <br>";
			if($i == 0 && $val == 2)
				echo "Linux <br>";
			... etc

this is too complicated, what if i have 40 items in the list :)

			


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dude.j (9)
6/16/2006 12:34:13 PM
dude wrote:
>> try:
>> foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
>>     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";
>>
>> By the way, I think you're missing the attribute MULTIPLE from the 
>> select if you want to be able to select multiple items. It should be
>> <select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple>
>>
>> or if you're using xhtml,
>> <select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple="multiple">
> 
> i did set multiple, and the foreach and the echo result is:
> if all the items in the list are selected :
>     0: 1
>     1: 2
>     2: 3
>     3: 3
> 
> if second selected then the echo will be: 0: 1
> 
> ok, i can work this way, but can it echo values i mean selected string,
> like Windows, Linux, ... , not 0:1, 0:2, etc ...
> is it possible ?
> eccept if ... or switch condition
> 
>         foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
>             if($i == 0 && $val == 1)
>                 echo "Windows <br>";
>             if($i == 0 && $val == 2)
>                 echo "Linux <br>";
>             ... etc
> 
> this is too complicated, what if i have 40 items in the list :)
> 
>            
> 
> 

Why are you using 1, 2, 3, etc. when you want Windows, Linux, etc.?

Perhaps this little example will help:
<?php
if( isset($_GET['OS']) ) {
	foreach( $_GET['OS'] as $key => $value) {
		printf("Selected %s<br>\n", $value);
	}
}
?>
<html>
<head></head>
<body>
<form action="test.php" method="GET">
<select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple>
<option>Windows</option>
<option>Linux</option>
</select>
<input type="submit">
</form>
</body>
</html>

-david-


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6/16/2006 1:04:43 PM
"dude" <dude.j@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:e6u8g5$aau$1@ss408.t-com.hr...
>> try:
>> foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
>>     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";
>>
>> By the way, I think you're missing the attribute MULTIPLE from the select 
>> if you want to be able to select multiple items. It should be
>> <select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple>
>>
>> or if you're using xhtml,
>> <select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple="multiple">
>
> i did set multiple, and the foreach and the echo result is:
> if all the items in the list are selected :
> 0: 1
> 1: 2
> 2: 3
> 3: 3
>
> if second selected then the echo will be: 0: 1
>
> ok, i can work this way, but can it echo values i mean selected string,
> like Windows, Linux, ... , not 0:1, 0:2, etc ...
> is it possible ?
> eccept if ... or switch condition
>
> foreach($_GET['OS'] as $i => $val)
> if($i == 0 && $val == 1)
> echo "Windows <br>";
> if($i == 0 && $val == 2)
> echo "Linux <br>";
> ... etc
>
> this is too complicated, what if i have 40 items in the list :)
>
>
>
>

Looks like you're overcomplicating things.
Just change the options to pass the string instead of an index (unless you 
need the indes for something else):

<select name="OS[]" size="5" multiple="multiple">
   <option value="" selected>Please select one or more...</option>
   <option value="Windows">Windows</option>
   <option value="Mac OS X">Mac OS X</option>
   <option value="Linux">Linux</option>
</select>

Then
$myarray = $_GET['OS'];
will then give you an array of the selected Strings

cheers,
ED


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ed9622 (19)
6/16/2006 1:05:02 PM
Thank you all ! I'm grateful. This works perfect!

Looks like I was overcomplicating things :)
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dude.j (9)
6/16/2006 9:09:30 PM
dude wrote:

> Erwin Moller wrote:
>> dude wrote:
>> 
>> 
>>>i'll try to be short ... i have this in html :
>>>
>>><select name="OS[]" size="5">
>>>   <option value="0" selected>Please select one or more...</option>
>>>   <option value="1">Windows</option>
>>>   <option value="2">Mac OS X</option>
>>>   <option value="3">Linux</option>
>>></select>
>>>
>>>and i want to echo the values from this simple list (OS), i mean array
>>>from $_GET array ...
>>>
>>>i did this:
>>>
>>>foreach($_GET as $i => $val)
>>>     echo $i . ": " . $val . "<br>";
>>>
>>>but, it only echoes out OS: Array ...
>>>
>>>and this: echo $_GET['OS'][1]."<br>\n"; but it is wrong ...
>>>
>> 
>> 
>>>how to extract values from OS array inside te GET ? please help ...
>> 
>> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Your select is not an array, but a simple value, since only 1 can be
>> selected.
>> So if you want to know what was selected, just use:
>> <select name="OS" size="5">
>> 
>> and from PHP: $_GET["OS"]
>> 
>> Of course this means the method of the form was GET and not POST, in
>> which case you should use $_POST["OS"]
>> 
>> I think you are confusing checkboxes with select.
>> For checkboxes you can use:
>> <input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="1">1<br>
>> <input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="2">2<br>
>> <input type="checkbox" name="myval[]" value="3">3<br>
>> 
>> then from PHP:
>> $myvalArr = $_POST["myval"];
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Erwin Moller
> 
> thnx, but it is not about checkboxes ... this works fine with checkboxes
>   ... not with list :)

Yes it does.
DId you read my first piece of code?

<select name="OS" size="5">
and from PHP: $_GET["OS"]

What is excactly not working?

Regards,
Erwin Moller



0
6/19/2006 8:55:38 AM
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World Economic Forum warns of growing array of global risks
The global economy faces an array of risks, from natural disasters related to climate change to the rise of the Islamic State group and increasingly ...

The upcoming HomeKit-compatible Array lock is powered by solar energy
... device compatible with Apples HomeKit smart home protocol. Hampton Products International has unveiled the Brinks Home Security Array smart ...

Obama announces array of gun control measures - The Boston Globe Obama announces array of gun control ...
... shootings, the president insisted it was still possible to uphold the Second Amendment. WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama unveiled an array ...

London Array Sets Mammoth New Offshore Wind Monthly Generation Record
The London Array offshore wind farm has set a mammoth new offshore wind record for the amount of electricity generated in a month. Currently ...

IDG Contributor Network: NetApp buys SolidFire, Hitachi Data Systems rolls out all-flash array. Coincidence ...
I was somewhere near Everest Base Camp the day the news came out that NetApp was buying Solidfire for close to $1 billion, so it took a few days ...

Rarely Seen ‘Ashes And Embers’ Getting Restoration & Distribution From Ava DuVernay‘s Array Releasing ...
Ava DuVernay 's Array Releasing has acquired director Haile Gerima ’s rarely-seen classic Ashes And Embers and will give it full restoration, ...

Watch Kris Jenner Try on an Array of Glamorous Dresses for Her 60th Birthday With Kim Kardashian
On the next Keeping Up With the Kardashians, viewers will get a closer look at Kris Jenner's epic 60th birthday bash, and ET has a sneak peek! ...

Microsoft Adds Virtual Array to StorSimple Hybrid Cloud Storage
The company adds a new virtual array product to its StorSimple line of hybrid cloud storage and announces updates to its 8000 Series hardware ...

Sorting through wireless music’s dizzying array of options
The good news: Having clear-sounding audio all over your house no longer requires a second mortgage.

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