On Tue, 22 Jan 2002 14:21:56 +0530 (IST), you wrote:

>  I'm using sessions extremely to do that. 
>with regards
>Sukumar .S
>On Tue, 22 Jan 2002, Floyd Baker wrote:
>> Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 01:17:18 -0500
>> From: Floyd Baker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>> Subject: [PHP] Passing.  Which method to use?  
>> Hi once again.
>> What's the consensus on the best way to pass arrays from page to page?
>> By serializing?  But I think it's not recommended?
>> By writing then reading to a text file?  Maybe?
>> By inputting to and pulling from db records?  Possibilities?  
>> Any other?  
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Floyd

Ok then that makes it unanimous.  I will use sessions...  

Except it isn't working yet.  

I have just put in 4.1.1 and everything seems good with that.  I have
been able to pass vars using $_request() etc...  But here is the
script I just now tested and it stays at the count of '1'.  Other
sessions test scripts do not work either.   I was not using sessions
before this install of 4.1.1 either.  

Can there be anything, new or old, in 4.1.1 that I need to fix? 
As with register_globals and whatever else that has been changed?  

Here is the script straight off the tutorial:

//<? //'s here only.

// initialize a session

// register a session variable

// increment and display the value of the counter
$counter++ ;
echo("You have visited this page $counter times! Don't you have
anything else to do, you bum?!);





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