On Thu, 21 Jan 2010 08:54:44 -0500, tedd.sperl...@gmail.com (tedd) wrote:

>At 12:15 PM +1100 1/21/10, clanc...@cybec.com.au wrote:
>>On Wed, 20 Jan 2010 20:05:42 -0200, bsfaja...@gmail.com (Bruno Fajardo) wrote:
>>  >Well, I hope this information is helpful.
>>Yes, thanks to everyone who contributed.  I now have a better 
>>understanding of what
>>cookies are, and have turned on output buffering, enabling me to put 
>>the handler where I
>>want, and still be able to debug it.
>One last thing.
>I use sessions for the storage of variables I need between pages, but 
>I use cookies to leave data on the user's computer in case they come 
>back to my site and want to pick up where they left off.
>Both operations store variables, but are for different purposes.

Yes; I'm doing that too.  I am setting up a private website, and using cookies 
to control
access to it.


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