follow-up to FieldStorage

John Salerno johnjsal at
Thu Jun 8 21:44:46 CEST 2006

Gerard Flanagan wrote:
> John Salerno wrote:
>> Bruno Desthuilliers wrote:
>>> John Salerno a écrit :
>>>> If I want to get all the values that are entered into an HTML form and
>>>> write them to a file, is there some way to handle them all at the same
>>>> time, or must FieldStorage be indexed by each specific field name?
>>> AFAIK, FieldStorage is a somewhat dict-like object, but I'm not sure it
>>> supports the whole dict interface. At least, it does support keys(), so
>>> you should get by with:
>>> for k in fs.keys():
>>>   print >> myfile, k, ":", fs[k]
>>> But reading the doc may help...
>> Thanks. The cgi docs don't seem to get into too much detail, unless I
>> wasn't thorough enough. But your method seems like it might work well if
>> I can't find something after another read through.
> this any use:
> ?
> Gerard
Very interesting!

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