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==Syntax==
 
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<p class="syntax"><span class="term">%rc</span> = <span class="literal">$Web_Form_Name</span>(<span class="term"> field_number )
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<p class="syntax"><span class="term">%rc</span> = <span class="literal">$Web_Form_Name</span>(<span class="term"> field_number</span> )
 
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<var>$Web_Form_Name</var> takes a single argument and returns a string or null if the number references a non-existing field.  
 
<var>$Web_Form_Name</var> takes a single argument and returns a string or null if the number references a non-existing field.  
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The only parameter is the number of the form field for which the name is being requested. This parameter must be specified.  
 
The only parameter is the number of the form field for which the name is being requested. This parameter must be specified.  
  
<var>$Web_Form_Name</var> is useful when writing generic server applications, when the server does not know what field name exists at a particular location in a POST request.
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==Usage notes==
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<li><var>$Web_Form_Name</var> is useful when writing generic server applications, when the server does not know what field name exists at a particular location in a POST request.
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==Example==
 
<p class="code">&#42; Get the number of form fields.
 
<p class="code">&#42; Get the number of form fields.
 
   
 
   

Revision as of 22:31, 5 June 2013

Name of form field

$Web_Form_Name retrieves the name of a field on a form.

Syntax

%rc = $Web_Form_Name( field_number )

$Web_Form_Name takes a single argument and returns a string or null if the number references a non-existing field.

The only parameter is the number of the form field for which the name is being requested. This parameter must be specified.

Usage notes

  • $Web_Form_Name is useful when writing generic server applications, when the server does not know what field name exists at a particular location in a POST request.

Example

* Get the number of form fields. %x = $Web_Num_Form * Load the field names into an array. For %y From 1 TO %x %field(%y) = $Web_Form_Name(%y) End For

See also