I believe it's just the opposite, for the sake of safety.  Besides, good
coding practices in ANY language generally means you include all possible
information, required or not (it's like HTML; you don't have to use quotes
around attributes but to be forward compatible it's recommended).

Mike Frazer

"Jennyw" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> For some reason, when I tried using setcookie(), cookies wouldn't stick
> around. When I added an expiration time, cookies started sticking around,
> but ... I thought that if you didn't provide an expiration they were
> supposed to stick around indefinitely?
> Thanks!
> Jen

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