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  1. #1
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    Need some quick help with PHP form

    I'm working with a client and setting up this form for them. I'm trying to have the user be able to add a new name and email record into the account table. Once they submit it should display the 10 newest records below the form. Appreciate any help.

    class account{
    function account(){
    $this->id = ' ';
    $this->name = '';
    $this->email = '';
    function find_account($id){
    $sql="select `id` from `account` where `id`='".$id."'";
    $result = mysql_query($sql);
    while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)){
    $row['id']; //int pk auto incerment
    $row['name']; //varchar(50)
    $row['email']; //varchar(50)
    $row['timestamp']; //varchar(15)
    <form action='#'>
    name: <input type='text' name='account_name'>
    emailinput type='text' id='account_email'>
    <input type="button" value="submit">
    <div style="border:solid 1px #F60;">
    Last 10 entry:
    <div style="border:solid 1px #000;">
    <?php echo "id: ".$account->id;?>
    <?php echo "name: ".$account->name;?>
    <?php echo "email: ".$account->email;?>

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    Atlanta, GA, USA
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    Well, you need to specify a method to that form... and implement some sort of logic for INSERT'ing the data into the table, and then either move your function code out of the function and down below the form, or have it create an array of objects that it passes out which you then loop through....
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