Dynamic Form Inputs

These 3 functions in the code below allow anyone who does a lot of ASP work to create textboxes, checkboxes, and radio buttons dynamically without having to type the actual code. All you have to do is call the correct function, give it the input name, value, size, checked or not and you are set.

<%@ LANGUAGE = "VBScript"
 ENABLESESSIONSTATE = False %>
 <%
 Function cTextBox(name, value, size)
     Response.Write"<input type=text name='"&name&"' value='"&value&"' size='"&size&"'>"&vbcrlf
     Response.Write cTextBox("NAME", "1", "12") &vbcrlf
 End Function
 

Function cCheckBox(name, value, checked)
     Response.Write"<input type=checkbox name='"&name&"' value='"&value&"'"
    If checked = 1 Then Response.Write" CHECKED"
         Response.Write">"
 End Function
 

Function cRadio(name, value, checked)
     Response.Write"<input type=radio name='"&name&"' value='"&value&"'"
    If checked = 1 Then Response.Write" CHECKED"
     Response.Write">"
 End Function
 %>
 <html>
 <body>
 <%
 'just declaring a couple of static variables here,
 'but you can create cbname and cbvalue any way you like.
 'use a recordset, or Request collection too:
 cbname = "checkbox_name"
 cbvalue = "act"
 
Response.Write "My Checkbox: "&cCheckBox(cbname, cbvalue, 1)&" "
 
'or, write a radio button like this:
 Response.Write cRadio(cbname, cbvalue, 1)
 
%>
 </body>
 </html>


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