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How do I parse a value in CGI

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 If I have a Drop-Down Combo box on a form ( such as Number of Employees ), with values like 1-15, 16-30, etc...
How do I parse the values into 2 seperate variables so I can check if it is within a range?

  Example code would be appreciated...
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What language ? Perl, ASP, C++ ?
Most languages have a split function which works something like this.

NewVars = split(your_string,"-")
FirstVar = NewVars(0)
SecondVar = NewVars(1)

But it is easier to change the dropdown box:

<select>
<option value="1">1-15
<option value="2">16-30
etc
</select>

You can name the values the way you want it and in the responding cgi process the data accordingly.



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That's exactly what I needed MITEK...  Thanks...
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