I was reading this:
Note: If $_SESSION (or $HTTP_SESSION_VARS for PHP 4.0.6 or less) is
used, use unset() to unregister a session variable.
In my haste, I was basically not parsing the parentheses. I see now that
I just treat the $_SESSION variables like any other variable and use
unset() and isset() (in place of session_is_registered().
I apologize for the noise.
On Thursday, March 28, 2002, at 01:21 PM, Steven Jarvis wrote:
> The manual says:
>> If you are using $HTTP_SESSION_VARS/$_SESSION, do not use
>> session_register(), session_is_registered() and session_unregister().
> If that's the case, how do I unregister $_SESSION variables? Do I just
> use unset() or is there another way?
> I'm pretty new to PHP and I'm just getting started using sessions. The
> book I'm using to learn sessions isn't new enough to include how to
> deal with the new $_SESSION global variables array, and the manual's
> dire warning isn't explained thoroughly enough for me.
> Steven Jarvis
> Web Developer
> Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
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