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Embperl::Form::Control::checkboxes
A multiple checkbox control inside an Embperl Form

Embperl::Form::Control::checkboxes - A multiple checkbox control inside an Embperl Form



NAME

Embperl::Form::Control::checkboxes - A multiple checkbox control inside an Embperl Form


SYNOPSIS


  {

  type    => 'checkboxes',

  text    => 'blabla',

  name    => 'foo',

  values  => [1,2,3],

  options => ['foo', 'bar', 'none'],

  }


DESCRIPTION

Used to create an checkboxes control inside an Embperl Form. See Embperl::Form on how to specify parameters.

PARAMETER

type

Needs to be 'checkboxes'

name

Specifies the name of the checkboxes control

text

Will be used as label for the checkboxes control

values

Gives the values as an array ref of the checkboxes control.

options

Gives the options as an array ref that should be displayed to the user. If no options are given, the values from values are used.

vert

If specified arranges the checkboxes button vertically. The number given specifies the number of <br>'s used the separate the checkboxes buttons.

addtop

Array ref which contains items that should be added at the left or top of the checkboxes buttons. Each item consists of an array ref with two entries, the first is the value and the second is the option that is displayed on the page. If the second is missing the value (first entry)is displayed. Example:


    addtop => [ [1 => 'first item'], [2 => 'second item']]

addbottom

Array ref which contains items that should be added at the right or bottom of the checkboxes buttons. Each item consists of an array ref with two entries, the first is the value and the second is the option that is displayed on the page. If the second is missing the value (first entry)is displayed. Example:


    addbottom => [ [9999 => 'last item'], [9999 => 'very last item']]

filter

If given, only items where the value matches the regex given in filter are displayed.


Author

G. Richter (richter@dev.ecos.de)


See Also

perl(1), Embperl, Embperl::Form

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