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How do i go thru each input field that was submitted,  and access the fieldname and its value?

foreach  ($_POST)
{
  echo "FieldName = $xxx  --
       Value= $yyy <br>
       ";
}
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extract($_POST);
$namelist = "";
foreach($namelist as $value)
  {
  $namelist .= "$value, ";
  }
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Or you could do the loop on $_POST itself.
foreach ($_POST as $key => $value) {
  // $key contains field name
  // $value contains the value of the field
}

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perfect, thanks all!
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