On Tuesday, March 26, 2002, at 02:42  PM, Evan wrote:

> I have PHP 4.1.2 (the latest, I downloaded it a week ago).
> The manual says that:
> *********************
> If track_vars is enabled and register_globals is disabled, only members 
> of
> the global associative array $HTTP_SESSION_VARS can be registered as 
> session
> variables. The restored session variables will only be available in the
> *********************
> I won't use $_SESSION cause it seems that is a bit buggy.... have a 
> search
> with google->user group "$_SESSION".

Okay, suit yourself -- but a reminder that $_SESSION is the 'official' 
method of referring to the SESSION array, and that $HTTP_SESSION_VARS 
has been deprecated and may not be available in a later release of PHP, 
thus rendering your code obsolete if you should ever upgrade.  Read it 
for yourself, 



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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