You can loop through $GLOBALS and check for vars that start with "HTTP_",
but yes, you typically know which things you are interested in.
And no, $HTTP_* are only the request headers. For the Apache module
version there is of course also getallheaders()
On Sat, 1 Jun 2002, Noor Dawod wrote:
> And how do I KNOW which $HTTP_ variables are being set?
> Also, does $HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE mean that "Accept-Language" command has
> been sent by the browser?
> In my Windows configuration, using CGI version for example, I don't see
> also the headers sent by the server...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rasmus Lerdorf [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: ? 01 ???? 2002 00:34
> To: Noor Dawod
> Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Finding what headers and content were already been
> > By the way, I know that PHP's phpinfo() function lists headers
> > and headers sent, but I couldn't find how can I access them in PHP. In
> > addition, how do I know what content has been sent at any point in a
> > script?
> $HTTP_* has them all.
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