So it will be easier to use in my script on this page, where I'm creating several 
query strings with the data.



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>>> "John W. Holmes" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 01/28/04 01:15PM >>>
Mignon Hunter wrote:
> How do most of you handle variables in next page after passing.
> 
> For instance.  What I have right now (very ugly) is:
> 
> $email = $_POST['emal'];
> $first = $_POST['first'];
> $lastl = $_POST['last'];

Why are you recreating variables? You already have a variable 
$_POST['email'], so why do you feel the need to make $email? Now you 
have two variables to keep track of.

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