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    Is this possible?


    I have a page that has many forms.
    At the top of the page I have a form with two fields: Name and Address. If the user pushes the button it adds/updates the db.

    I then have a table at the bottom of that page that each row shows all the records in the db but each row is a seperate form
    form1
    form2
    form3
    etc..

    Is it possible to have an on click event for each button populate the top form based on the values in one of the forms at the bottom?

    Thanks.
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    Sorry but (taken from New users - HOW TO POST A QUESTION ):
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