On Sunday, January 27, 2002, at 10:39 PM, Jason Wong wrote:
> On Monday 28 January 2002 04:37, Floyd Baker wrote:
>> I have 4.1, register globals off, on Windows 98.
>> //pull value from session file:
>> $page_views = $_SESSION['page_views'];
> No need for this, in fact this is what is preventing it from working!
> you've used session_register('var'), $var is available for use.
I thought that when register_globals = off, all you need is
session_start() at the top of every page and from then on
session_register() isn't even needed. I also thought that in fact it
was safer to use $_SESSION['variablename'] than to use
session_register() each time (well, not safer, but a better habit for
the register_globals = off crowd).
I'm not disagreeing with you, just asking for clarification. I base
this on what I've read in the PHP manual on using session variables
(there are some indented blockquotes that suggest this technique for
PHP4.1-using register_globals=off-turning PHP coders).
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