I believe you would need to serialize $passedClass (which, I'm assuming
here, you've set as a myObject object) and then unserialize it to use it on
the following page.

http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.serialize.php and

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> class myObject
> {
>     $var1 = "A";
>     $var2 = "B";
> }
> http://blahblah.com/?passedClass=myObject
> would passedClass also send with it being an oject both 
> variables and the
> rest of the class defined?

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