The Yii Framework provides a yii\helpers\Html class which offers various helper methods to generate HTML tags and attributes easily. One such method is `getInputName()`, which returns the name of an input field in the format suitable for being bound with a model attribute.
For example, suppose we have a model named `LoginForm` with attributes `username` and `password`. To generate an input field for the `username` attribute, we can use the following code:
This will generate an HTML input element with a name attribute of `LoginForm[username]`, which can be easily bound to the corresponding attribute when the form is submitted.
Another example usage of `getInputName()` is when generating multiple checkboxes with different values but the same name attribute:
This will generate multiple `input` elements with the same name attribute of `LoginForm[options]`, but with different values based on the `$options` array.
The `getInputName()` is part of the yii\helpers package library.
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