On Tue, Apr 03, 2001 at 09:48:07AM +0100, Galvin, Max wrote:
> Jim Ray didn't say he wanted it redirected though, he said he wanted it
> "called". Redirecting was brought in by someone who replied to the post.
> I would also use header() but if the poster is looking for a quick "plug in"
> solution without having to alter any output he's already made, include or
> require are the simplest way. Whilst overhead is important, is taking a day
> to rewrite a complex script worth the tiny amount of speed/memory saving he
> might make?
> M

Well, okay...
I've read the original msg from J.R. again and indeed, he doesn't
want to redirect. My answ was mainly based on the post from D.B.

[ To J.R. ]
Having read the org. msg.; I don't know if you are trying to do
this. Anyway... You can also create the HTML/PHP-page you want to show,
and then put the update statement at the beginning. Something like the
following pseudo:

# Result page

-> Update table

-> <HTML>
--> html-content
-> </HTML>

This doesn't make much of a difference with including the HTML-part
though. It's just what you like more...
All your choice...


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