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<option>$25,001 to $50,000
<option>$50,001 and higher
<input type=submit>
The first line of the example starts the form and indicates we'll be using
the POST method for data transmission. The form's user-input controls
follow, each defined by an <input> tag and type attribute. There are
three controls in the simple example, each contained within its own
The first control is a conventional text-entry field, letting the user type
up to 80 characters but displaying only 32 of them at a time. The next
one is a multiple-choice option, which lets the user select only one of
two radio buttons. This is followed by a pull-down menu for choosing
one of three options. The final control is a simple submission button,
which, when clicked by the user, sets the form's processing in motion.
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