On Friday, April 12, 2002, at 07:01  PM, Norman Zhang wrote:

> If I have register_globals=off, how do I pass session variables? I tried
> session_register("var1"). session_is_registered("var1") appears 
> successful,
> but if I tried to echo the $var1". Nothing shows. How do I pass session
> variables?

Note that you do not need to use session_register() if you are using 
PHP4.1.x or greater, in fact you should not use session_register() 
IIRC.  The new way to create or load a session variables is like so:

$_SESSION['foo'] = 'bar';

It's that simple.  Note that you don't need to use a string constant 
('bar'), you could use another variable to make $_SESSION['foo'] refer 
to the same thing, as in:

$baz = 'bar';
$_SESSION['foo'] = $baz;

You can access this new session variable in the way you might expect, by 
using $_SESSION['foo'].



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

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