How to push input submitted into an array in php?

POST or GET both are arrays itself but what I want is pushing the submitted data of form into array.....

7th Sep 2017, 8:17 AM
Amryt Tymsyna
Amryt Tymsyna - avatar
3 Answers
+ 9
You can see if the form is submitted and if the data are not empty, you can insert your data inside an array, the code looks like: $yourarray = array(); if(isset($_POST['submit'])) { $usr = clean($_POST['username']); if($usr != "") { $yourarray[] = $usr; } } The clean() function is used to prevent XSS, it's a simple one, not mandatory but highly recommended... here my solution: function clean($str) { $str = htmlentities($str); $str = htmlspecialchars($str); $str = stripslashes($str); return $str } ... this is just an example, naturally... make your controls, remember that both $_GET and $_POST save the data inside an associative array, you can easily access to your data as i did here... by specifying the name of the input form once your data are submitted. :)
7th Sep 2017, 8:33 AM
Maz - avatar
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Have you tried this: $arr=array($_POST["data1"], $_POST["data2"]); Or $arr=array("data1" => $_POST["data1"], "data2" => $_POST["data2"]); Where data1 & data2 are the form data. Hth, cmiiw
7th Sep 2017, 8:41 AM
+ 4
Depending on what data you want from the form in an array, you can use the array_keys() or array_values() to get data from POST and GET. Example (PHP): <?php $_POST=array("name"=>"Gavin","age"=>26); $keys=array_keys($_POST); # Makes an array of the keys # - will contain 'name' and 'age' $values=array_values($_POST); # Makes an array of the values # - will contain 'Gavin' and 26 ?>
7th Sep 2017, 9:55 AM
Ghauth Christians
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