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Unfortunately, the modules mentioned are the exact reason for my distress. Data::FormValidator and HTML::FillInForm are both wonderful for validating and redisplaying form data. Unfortunately, they don't work well with "subform"ed data.

And while your CGI.pm code to generate the form looks fine, any templating language is trying to create material that is easy for a non-programmer to edit...and "numbered" fields hurts that considerably.


In reply to Re: Re: repeating fields in CGI forms by swiftone
in thread repeating fields in CGI forms by swiftone

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