On Thursday 23 August 2001 02:36, Casteele/ShadowLord wrote:
> Andy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in article

> >  See if is there some kind of echo before header()s, or HTML sent to
> > browser.
> No, I've been extremely careful to avoid that.  The following are the
> two test files I've been using to try to solve this..  (sans the

> if( headers_sent ) {
>     $senthdrs = "Headers Sent";
> } else {
>     $senthdrs = "Headers not sent";
> }

does it make a difference if you use the proper function call syntax 
(i.e. ad the () brackets after headers_sent) ?

Christian Reiniger
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