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Making PHP Forms Object-Oriented


In this article Yuri explains an object oriented way to create and use forms on your web site.

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By: Yuri Makassiouk
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January 23, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Making PHP Forms Object-Oriented
  2. · Analysis
  3. · Executing Environment
  4. · Implementing the FormProcessor Class
  5. · Inputs - Brief Introduction
  6. · Example of a Form
  7. · Conclusion

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First of all, we already know how to examine $HTTP_POST_VARS, we know how to name form inputs in such a way that they will be presented as a nice PHP array. We've read Richard Creech's article on making a form's controls dynamic. Why do we need anything else at this stage?

Let me explain. You see, I have a Delphi background and with Delphi you get very much addicted to re-using instead of re-inventing. So, if you find yourself coding something that gives you this dejavu - “I've been doing this before” - you want to invent a class that can be reused throughout your projects.

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