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My code is,

function getreg($id) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?id='.$id);}
function getID($reg) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?reg='.$reg);}
function lastseen($user) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?lastseen='.$user);}
function getdisplayname($user) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?displayname='.$user);}
function gethomepage($user) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?homepage='.$user);}
function getavatar($user) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?avatar='.$user);}
function getuserinfo($user) {return file_get_contents('http://arcbots.com/userinfo.php?info='.$user);}
<center>This will search a users ID and return the Registered name</center>
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css" />
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/custom.css" />
<center><form method="post" />
    <input type="text" name="search">
    <input type="submit" value="get regname" name="submit">
    function display()
        echo getReg($_POST['search']);

I have two quick questions: 1 - How would I output the returned information it gives me in a popup window.

side note: I'd like to keep the original output on the page just incase their browser blocks the popup.


2 - How would I create a usable dropdown menu that can select what function they want to use


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Sample of function selection menu

function aaa() {echo "You selected function 'aaa'<hr>";}
function bbb() {echo "You selected function 'bbb'<hr>";}
function ccc() {echo "You selected function 'ccc'<hr>";}

if (isset($_GET['choice'])) {
    $func = $_GET['choice'];
    // call chosen function

Choose a function 
<select name="choice">
<option value="aaa">a</option>
<option value="bbb">b</option>
<option value="ccc">c</option>
<input type="submit" value="Submit" name="btnSub">
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