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File: test_dropdown.php
Role: Unit test script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Test class for DropDown class
Class: DropDown.inc
Use the Template class to generate a drop-down
Author: By
Last change:
Date: 12 years ago
Size: 1,423 bytes
 

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<?php

include ("FormElements.inc");

print 
"Automatically generating drop down<BR>";
print 
"<FORM action=\"#\" method=\"post\"><BR>";

//the name of the drop down will be "phpclasses"
$dropdown = new DropDown("phpclasses");

//add the next couple of options manually
//note the AT_FRONT or AT_BACK, which puts it at the top or bottom of the
//list, respectively
$dropdown->addOption("-1""Please Select"$dropdown->AT_FRONT);
$dropdown->addOption("0""Nothing, thanks"$dropdown->AT_FRONT);
$dropdown->addOption("21""twenty-one"$dropdown->AT_BACK);
$dropdown->addOption("20""one less"$dropdown->AT_BACK);

//add the results from a db query.  These always get sandwiched between
//the options AT_FRONT and AT_BACK (see above)
$dropdown->addFromQuery("SELECT id, member_name FROM members");

//this outputs the drop down.  You can also just get the string 
//representing the drop down without printing by calling toString()
$dropdown->printContents();

print 
"<BR>";
print 
"<BR>";

//Another example - no db queries this time
$dropdown2 = new DropDown("anotherdropdown");
$dropdown2->addOption("3""This is 3"$dropdown->AT_FRONT);
$dropdown2->addOption("9""This is 9"$dropdown->AT_FRONT);
$dropdown2->addOption("69""This is 69"$dropdown->AT_BACK);
$dropdown2->addOption("65""This is 65"$dropdown->AT_BACK);
$dropdown2->printContents();

print 
"</FORM><BR>";