On Thu, 07 Mar 2002 23:33:00 -0800, CC Zona wrote:
>In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Mark) wrote:
>> in php.ini there is a variable called arg separator.input that
>> like it can help but when I add the line:
>> arg separator.input = "&#"
>> I still get $id = "0#top"
>Did you restart the server after modifying php.ini?

Yes, and I checked the value of arg_separator.input with phpinfo().
When I try to get it to work with a different character it works
fine, but the # is a problem for some reason, I think php might think
it's a comment or something.

>As for "http://mysite.com/test.php?id=0#top"; sometimes resulting in
>and sometimes id='0#', perhaps this is a situation where letting PHP
>register the globals automatically is not the way to go.  You could
>extract the query string from the URL by using parse_url()
><http://php.net/parse-url>, then turn that query string into
>variables by using parse_str() <http://php.net/parse-str>.

I guess I could do that but I really think this is a bug in php, and
since the situation is not really that urgent I guess I'll wait for
the php guys to fix it.

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