Now you tell me!!! :-[
Hah, thanks man, should have known that there is always a simple 
solution in PHP, just need to know where to look for it...

Kevin Stone wrote:

>Or just use extract($HTTP_POST_VARS);  Same thing.  :)
>----- Original Message ----- 
>To: "php-general" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2002 12:24 PM
>Subject: [PHP] Solution to register_globals=off & existing code???
>>Already posted a question asking what to do with existing code that uses 
>>register_globals=on and migrating to a new PHP with 
>>register_globals=off; solution seemed to be "have to re-code";
>>I came up with this code, and am basically asking the more enlightened 
>>if this might be a solution, ie, plug this code in at the top of all 
>>form action pages written with the "old style"... It's crude, so be nice.
>>if (isset($HTTP_POST_VARS)) {
>>    $type = $HTTP_POST_VARS;
>>} elseif  (isset($HTTP_GET_VARS)) {
>>    $type = $HTTP_GET_VARS;
>>foreach ($type as $key => $val) {
>>        $string  = "\$$key = \"$val\";";
>>        eval($string);
>> }
>>If this will help, can it be written into a function? Is there a more 
>>"elegant" way of doing the same?Will this actually work?
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