I just read the release notes and do not believe they are referring to my

Here is the code I am using. Just a basic form

<form action="form_act.php" method="get" enctype="multipart/form-data">
    <input name="phrase" type="text" id="phrase" >
  <input name="Submit" type="submit" value="Submit">


if ($phrase){ echo "Phrase-- $phrase";}
Else{ echo "No Variables";}

On 6/7/02 9:08 PM, "Stuart Dallas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Saturday, June 8, 2002 at 1:56:35 AM, you wrote:
>> I recently installed PHP 4.2.1 on my G4 Powerbook (OS X v10.1.4) running
>> Apache 1.3.2. I have verified that php is running and apache is running.
>> When I access a page locally, fill in the
>> only text box and submit the form to form_act.php. The variable doesn't
>> exist (as far as PHP is concerned. I have tested for its existance using an
>> IF ELSE). This happens with POST as well as GET, but when using GET I can
>> obviously see the variable name and value in the URL. Do I need to change
>> the default config for apache?? Or PHP? Can anyone please help before I go
>> completely crazy.
> Are you using $_GET['varname']/$_POST['varname'] or just $varname? If you are
> trying to use the latter, I suggest you read the release note for the software
> you just installed: http://www.php.net/release_4_2_1.php (specifically the
> 'External Variables' section).

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