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Unless I missed something, our post doesn't imply that that form Must* be programmatically gnerated. You could simply serve up the HTML via a template like so:
use Template; use CGI qw/:standard -debug/; # Present form for data entry my $template = Template->new(); my $vars = ""; # no vars in this template print header; $template->process("my-Template-filename.tmpl", $vars) || &error( "Template process failed: ", $template->error() ); # my predefined error function
Processing the form when submited is covered by the post by saintbrie.

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In reply to Re: Converting large numbers of checkboxes to small number of params by freddo411
in thread Converting large numbers of checkboxes to small number of params by MrCromeDome

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