Drupal form ahah element, problem with empty $_POST

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drupal_get_form() saves the $_POST array into $form['#post'], I think.

if you want to look at how poll module adds choices, have a look at poll_choice_js(), which doesn't use drupal_get_form(), but does the building itself. It helped me understand the ahah process.

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