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Ughh! If you are going to use CGI, then use CGI!!
#!/usr/bin/perl -T use strict; use warnings; use CGI::Pretty qw(:standard); my @entry = ( [qw(one first)], [qw(two second)], [qw(three third)], [qw(four fourth)], [qw(five fifth)], [qw(six sixth)], [qw(seven seventh)], [qw(eight eighth)], [qw(nine ninth)], [qw(ten tenth)], ); print header, start_html('test'); print map "$entry[$_][1] box checked".br, param 'sel' if param 'go'; print start_form('fred'), table( Tr(td[map checkbox('sel',undef,$_,$entry[$_][0]), 0..4]), Tr(td[map checkbox('sel',undef,$_,$entry[$_][0]), 5..9]), ), submit(-name=>'go',-value=>'showme'), end_form, end_html, ;


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In reply to (jeffa) 3Re: Converting large numbers of checkboxes to small number of params by jeffa
in thread Converting large numbers of checkboxes to small number of params by MrCromeDome

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