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_IEFormGetCollection and _IEFormGetObjByName

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For some forms that i found, the name is not assigned to the form, in those cases how would I use _IEFormGetObjByName?

I know you can use _IEFormGetCollection but there are no examples and have no idea how to use it.

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I know you can use _IEFormGetCollection but there are no examples and have no idea how to use it.

Of course there are. Please look in the helpfile again.

Dale


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its as simple as counting , but u start at 0 so you look at the source and count <form> (could be other stuff before the closing tag) then search for </form> this = 0 now if there are any others simply look for another <form> and </form> and if you really want to check out the example in the help file that uses @extended to grab the amount of forms on the page. And if you want grab firefox and the web developer extensions install it , and u can go to form , display form details and it works like a charm....

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