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Storing Checkbox Data In Your Database

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5-page tutorial on how to store checkbox data in a database.
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Checkboxes in web forms are useful because they allow the person filling out the form to choose from a wide range of possible choices. Specifically, it allows the user to choose some, all or none of the elements. Although checkboxes are excellent form elements for certain tasks, there is often confusion about how to store checkbox data correctly. This article will demonstrate how to store checkbox data in a database, in a manner that follows good database design principles.

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25th October 2000
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Reviewed byAnonymousonWed, 17th January 2001
Rating 2 - Fair
It was a good idea overall..but there're some errors on the given codes example..i cannot finish the tutorial as i could not get the desired output...it's better if the contributer be a little bit more precise on the next releases.
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