From:             [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Operating system: MacOS X
PHP version:      4.0.5
PHP Bug Type:     Feature/Change Request
Bug description:  function other than header() to switch to a new page?

I can understand why header() has to appear before any text or HTML, but it's not 
always feasible (especially when using include/require).  So I'd like to have a means 
other than header() to switch to a new page using PHP.  header() seems like a 
particularly low-level way to do this anyway; I'd like to have a high-level function 
that does the same thing without explicitly messing with headers.  If there already is 
such a function, then this becomes a documentation enhancement request: could you add 
a note to the header() documentation pointing people to the other function?

I should mention, btw, that I'm new to PHP, but liking it quite a bit so far.  Thanks 
for providing such a great language, and such extensive documentation for it!


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