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Processing checkboxes data.

 
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Hey there, I'm trying to process the data in form I created.
this is my code


but I have a question in retrieving the data from the checkboxes. How do I implement what the user has selected into the if statement.

Thanks in advance.
 
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I'd use JavaScript to process the user's response.

I use the jQuery framework to make writing JavaScript easier. With it you could do something like:

$( "form input:checkbox").each( function() {
//do what ever you need here per check box object
}
 
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