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use strict; use warnings; use CGI; my $q = new CGI; my $firstname = $q->param('firstname') || ''; my $lastname = $q->param('surname') || ''; my $cars = $q->param('cars') || ''; #too funny .... #$cars='volvo'; print qq|content-type: text/html\n\n|; print qq|<form action="$ENV{SCRIPT_NAME}" method="post">\n|; print qq|<input name="firstname" type="text" value="$firstname"/><hr/> +|; print qq|<input name="surname" type="text" value="$lastname"/><hr/>| +; print "\n"; print qq|<select name="cars" >|,"\n"; my @carlist; push @carlist,["volvo","Volvo"]; push @carlist,["saab","Saab"]; push @carlist,["fiat","Fiat"]; push @carlist,["audi","Audi"]; for my $cl (@carlist) { my $selected= $cars eq $cl->[0]?'selected ':''; print ' ',qq|<option |,$selected,qq|value="|,$cl->[0],qq|">|,$cl->[ +1],qq|</option>|,"\n"; } print qq|</select>|,"\n"; print qq|<input type="submit" name="form_submit" value="go">|;

way too funny...

In reply to Re: return values on select after submit by huck
in thread return values on select after submit by bigup401

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