Passing A Multi-dimensional Javascript Array Through A Form

Mar 11, 2005

I would like to be able to pass a multi-dimensional Javascript array through a form to a server-side script I am running. Any suggestions as to how to do this? I know how to asign a Javascript variable to a hidden field (basic stuff ), and if it was a single-dimension array I would join() it, but I don't know how to treat a multi-dimensional array. Any suggestions?

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I'm kind of at a lose this is my first foray into using a multi-dimensional
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I'm fetching a JSON object from PHP and parsing it as multi-dimensional associative array that comes out with this "structure": obj[regions][variables][years] = value; My presentation logic works fine for that. Year data is presented for each variable, and variables are grouped by region. For reference, if needed, the display is tabular and similar to this:

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Code JavaScript:
 
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[code]....

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I'm trying to something similar in javascript, but with no luck

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PHP Code:

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<script type="text/javascript">
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<?php

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Code:
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As it seems IE does not pull any of the input fields belonging in the array.

I believe the issue lies in this line:

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The rest of the function:

JavaScript Code:

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Code:

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z: 10
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Code:
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UPDATE: a solution which comes close to what I was looking for is

Code:
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Code:
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