How do I PHP-unserialize a jQuery-serialized form?

In PHP, you can use the unserialize function to unserialize a serialized string. Here's an example of how you could use it to unserialize a jQuery-serialized form:


$formData = '<your serialized form data here>';
$formArray = unserialize($formData);


This will create an array containing the data from the serialized form. You can then access the individual form elements by key in the array.

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For example, if the form contained an input field with the name "username", you could access the value of that field like this:

echo $formArray['username'];

Keep in mind that the unserialize function can only be used on data that has been serialized using PHP's serialize function. If the data was serialized using a different method (such as jQuery's serialize function), it may not work correctly.