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I'm trying to populate a form in a menu for my website, and for some reason it won't pull the information from the database correctly. Any assistance would be real helpful.

here's the function from the include file

[code]  function get_extensions(){
                $q = mysql_query("select name, context, mailbox, secret from extensions");
                while($info = mysql_fetch_array($q)){
                return $info;

Heres the excerpt from the php file
$vars = New Casename;
$extens = $vars->get_extensions();
                foreach($extens as $val){

<form action="user.php" method="POST">
                <tr bgcolor="#E7F3FB">
                      <td nowrap valign=top><input name="name" value="<?=$val['name']?>"></td>
                      <td nowrap valign=top><input type="text" maxlength="150" name="context" value="<?=$val['context']?>"></td>
                      <td nowrap valign=top><input type="text" maxlength="150" name="mailbox" value="<?=$val['mailbox']?>"></td>
                      <td nowrap valign=top><input type="text" maxlength="150" name="secret" value="<?=$val['secret']?>"></td>
                          <td nowrap valign=top><input type="Submit" name="action" value="Update"></td>
                      <td nowrap valign=top><input type="Submit" value="Remove" name="action"></td>

For some reason it doesn't pull the information correctly.

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I'm trying to pull and populate the page with all of the entries, which is the reason for no where specification.  I don't think the problem is with the function, because I can print values, I think there may be somethin wrong with the foreach statement or below that.

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try a diffrent loop then ok

for($i=0; $i<count($extens); $i++){

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try echoing the $extens and seeing if you actually have an array:

[code]echo '<pre>'.print_r($extens, TRUE);[/code]

and if it's got the values you expect.

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