Cool. SO, now it's in a string, I can chop, slice, dice, make
gazillions of steak fries, and drive on. So, now we can munch a
webpage with a query string as a KEY to unlock access to it, and use
DIE to stop the process if it is not there, or is the correct key, so
far making sense?
Quoting Nathan Rixham <nrix...@gmail.com>:
...Holy cow... nothing to extract the query string, it's
automatically part of the environment. So I just do work with the
$_GET string, it's in there already... yikes.
OK, so $_GET is an array keyed to keywords; plug in the key, out
comes the value. What if I just want the entire string?
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