what about $argv ?
From: SpamSucks86 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 11:40 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [PHP] HTTP Request Headers - PUHLEASE HELP!
I have an infinitely annoying problem. I coded a script which tracks who
viewed my profile in AOL Instant Messenger. When they click on a link
(AIM inserts their screen name into the URL) the script records it.
However, it does not replace spaces in their screen name with %20 like a
normal browser would. IIS hates this and just returns bad request.
Apache handles it a bit more gracefully, but everything after the space
is lost. When I went to phpinfo() however, it displayed the GET header
(GET blah.php?blah=wow wow HTTP/1.1). How can my script access the GET
header? getallheaders() returns the headers but it excludes the GET
line. Thankyou for your help!