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display form results in table

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i use fp 98 and need to display the results of a form in a table.  this table would be in its own html page.  even if a check box is not checked, i would like the data (or lack of data) to sparse into the right column.
i have palyed with the wizard and still not sure how to get it into a table.  i know i can do it with access, but its complicated.  i also know that fp2000 will offer a very convenient way to do this, but my isp does not support fp2k extentions.  any help would be greatly appreciated.  thanks
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Question by:rickster
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by:Epsylon
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Use javascript or cgi.
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On that page, use acutal html to create the table...
-opening tags-
-script-
-table-
-tr-
-td-
document.write=results;
-/td-
-td-
document.write=moreresults;
-/td-
-!--new row
-/tr-
-tr-
-td-
document.write=evenmoreresults;
-/td-
-/tr-
-/table-

Hopefully you get the idea. Tables work like this, in case you don't know HTML:

-table- starts the table.
-tr- starts a row
-td- starts a column
-/td- ends the column
-td- starts another column on the same row
-/td- ends that column
-/tr- ends that row
-tr- starts a new row... repeat process
-/table- ends table

Use angle brackets instead of dashes (the first dash is a less than and the ending dash is a greater than)

I hope this helps you,
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