flush -- Flush the output buffer

Flushes the output buffers of PHP and whatever backend PHP is using (CGI, a web 
server, etc). This effectively tries to push all the output so far to the user's 

Kind regards,

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"Jan Peuker" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ???????/???????? ? ???????? ?????????: 
> Hi List,
> my Problem is, on the second line of my script I validate a session. If it's
> false, it dies. But in the first line, I require a header(html,body,title
> etc.). Now, if a session fails, my die-Message ends in a "<script>"-Part, so
> nobody sees it but gets an error by JS. Is there any way to stop parsing PHP
> before flushing out required headers?
> Thanks,
> Jan

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