On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 03:42:34PM -0400, Gerard Samuel wrote:
> $file = basename ($path);
> $file = $file.php3;
> 

You might want to consider using,

$file = basename ($path);
$file = "$file.php3";           // <-- !

instead, if you don't like warnings.

$file = $file.php3

isn't the way to do it! You _could_ use

$file = $file.".php3";

though.

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