Kate asked about this several months ago, and I posted some code and hints on
how to work around this problem. AFAIR, you simply refer to the form elements
by their names, including brackets, but put " or ' around them, ie:
val = "document.form.city";
I think that works, there's an answer to this question on http://faqts.com/
where I got the original answer.
On Monday 19 August 2002 18:28, Dave Wilson wrote:
> > er, i understood you until you reached the above. Maybe its my lack of
> > PHP but why would a variable name _need_ to end with  ?
> > With most languages you parse the submitted form data and should come
> > out with either variables or an array / hash, which you then work with
> > and name whatever you like.
>> IIRC, if the query string contains
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