On 01 Apr,2003 at 3:07 Leif K-Brooks wrote:
> Please, please, PLEASE don't give advice! If you don't know the answer,
> DON'T COMMENT! The method you posted is for register_gkobals on, which
> it won'tr always (and shouldn't be)!
No need to be rude ... its very easy to adjust this code so that it doesn't need
register_globals. The logic of the code is the point. I simply offered an
alternative way of handling session vars that I feel is cleaner and clearer.
Please don't go off the deep end with replies. There's no need. If you felt that you
should point out the register_globals issue, then a simple 'Don't forget
register_globals needs to be turned on here and it probably isn't' would suffice.
While I am not a php guru (as you seem to be) I have been working with it for a long
time commercially and do have some experience, so I am occasionally able to offer
pointers on people's questions and offer such advice freely, in the hope that it will
Lets all be adults, shall we ? You don't get any points for flaming. We're here to
learn not fight.
> Ronan Chilvers wrote:
> >Coments inline...
> >On 01 Apr,2003 at 10:04 Mustafa Ocak wrote:
> >>You can store the value in a session variable
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