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Tuesday July 15, 2003
10:54 AM

It's freaking magic!!!

[ #13464 ]

HTML::FillInForm rocks my world today. Saving me a LOT of addtional coding with HTML::Template.

Thanks grantm!

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  • If you're building a <TMPL_LOOP> and have a radio group within the loop, you may need to store the data for it outside the loop array. For example, I have a loop with the following radio group:

    <TMPL_LOOP loop_foo>
    <input type="radio" name="order_<TMPL_VAR id>" value="1">
    <input type="radio" name="order_<TMPL_VAR id>" value="0">
    </LOOP>

    I'm passing the template data to the FiF method as well, so my data structure looks like this in order for FiF to correctly set t

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