Create dynamic variable names in script form with new PHP

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Create dynamic variable names in script form with new PHP

Postby AAA123 » 02. April 2014 08:39

Hi Everybody smart!
The case concerns the late determining dynamic variable names in script form that contains new versions of PHP

Variable is the created name of input field type=checkbox in the form defined as: $opcja_ row_z [0]
where $row_z [0] is unknown generated somewhere else. (ie. 29, 311, 108 ...etc).
Here for a simplicity we assumed $row_z [0] = 29;

[size = 2] This script works well in WAMP5 (Apache1.3, PHP 5.04)
while in XAMPP 1.8 (Apache2.4, PHP 5.47) does not recognize
interpreted the variable name opcja_29 received
from checkbox form [/size]
When I mark the checkbox on and send the form I got the folliwing on the screen:

$_GET Array ( [opcja_29] => on )
opcja_29 : // <--- HERE SHOULD BE opcja_29 : on -- BUT NOT, WHY ? ? ?

Notice: Undefined variable: opcja_29 in C:\xampp-portable\htdocs\4-00.php on line 12

The state of checkbox "on" is delivered in $_GET but I cannot display it.
I may do echo $_GET['opcja_29'] , but "opcja_XX" is generated dynamicly, (so no solid variable name)
Could anyboby help to fix the issue?
And here is the code "4-00.php"
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<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Formularz</TITLE>
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=iso-8859-2">
</HEAD><BODY>
<?php                    $row_z[0]=29;   
      $tmp = "opcja_$row_z[0]";

if(isset($_GET[$tmp]))
{ $temp = $_GET[$tmp];}else{ $temp = ""; }
     print_r($_GET);

  if ($temp) {
     echo"<br> opcja_$row_z[0]"; echo" : ";
     echo ${"opcja_$row_z[0]"};    
     print '<br><A HREF="4-00.php">Powrót do formularza</A>';
  } else {           
    echo "<br> No data entered  <br>";
   
    print '<FORM ACTION="4-00.php" METHOD=GET>';
    //  print '<INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="opcja_29">';
    print("<input type=checkbox name=\"opcja_$row_z[0]\" >");
         print '<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Send">';
         print '</FORM>';
     }

 ?></BODY></HTML>
AAA123
 
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