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Re: Re: Re: passing an array to a checkbox_group

by guidomortonski (Sexton)
on Oct 11, 2001 at 16:43 UTC ( #118200=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: passing an array to a checkbox_group
in thread passing an array to a checkbox_group

If I understand what you are asking, you seem to be wanting to set a variable in one script that outputs some html, and then access that variable's value the next time the form is submitted?

If that's the case you need to be writing a hidden field into your first script's output that has the name and value you want to access in your second script. probably has a method for doing this.


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[marto]: LanX++ asking the right questions :)
[Corion]: And I also have to talk to the technician implementing the export side of the change that this is not about them, and that maybe they should hold on to that changeset just in case the project comes back with a formally correct approach...
[Corion]: Naah - I think the "fasta" format should be familiar by now to the casual visitor of this site ;)
[Corion]: The rest would benefit from de-jargonizing. Maybe somebody versed in both, Perl and bioinformatics could write up a translation dictionary ;)
[marto]: I helped with some corrections to the Glasgow Uni Perl for Bioinformatics course, but didn't get time to do a full review. I've also patched some trivial problems with the bioperl based upon a question someone asked here.
[marto]: but I've never done any bioinformatics work, so don't know what people are talking about :P
[marto]: Corion biohisham & BioLion seem long gone
[marto]: IIRC BrowserUK understands this stuff

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