kbai...@howlermonkey.net wrote:

> ...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.

You might find phpinfo() particularly useful as an indicator of how php is
configured and most of the built in variables such as environment

Also http://php.net/manual/en/language.variables.external.php

Spend a little while perusing the documentation at php.net - it is very
good. And php.net/function-name is a handy way of looking up a specific

David Robley

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