On Fri, 2009-05-22 at 11:30 -0400, tedd wrote:
> Hi gang:
> While we're discussing what's legal in css, here's a couple of things 
> I've found about sessions.
> I found that starting a session with a number doesn't work.
> $myvar = $_SESSION['1myvar'];
> I also found that dumping a session to a variable with the same name 
> may cause problems, such as:
> $myvar = $_SESSION['myvar'];
> Regardless of what anyone may say to the contrary, it doesn't work 
> everywhere. I found that out the hard way. The fix is simply to use a 
> different name for the variable, such as:
> $my_var = $_SESSION['myvar'];
> Hopes this help someone.
> Cheers,
> tedd
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The second case won't work if you have register globals turned on I
believe, as it will attempt to create $_SESSION['myvar'] as $myvar. I
believe that RG might have something to do with the first as well. I
seem to remember a thread a while back talking about sessions not being
able to use numbered indexes because they are a special super global.


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