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<form action="3.php?tname='".$tname."'" method="post">
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it should be... depends what your trying to do :)
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Loganathan Natarajan earned 50 total points
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you can also,

<form action="3.php?tname=<?php echo $tname; ?>" method="post">

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you know... I am so used to using buffered output or echoing html anyway that I forget some don't ;)
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