I don't use cookies either due to the fact that some web browser block the
cookies and some web browser's bug that affected the cookie.  For example,
if Internet Explorer have a bug with the cookie then it is gurantee that
you'll never find MS to have this bug fix in a few days.  It could take 6
months or a year.  So, what's the point with using hte cookie?

"Analysis & Solutions" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 03:38:51PM +0200, PHPCoder wrote:
> > What are the general feeling out there amongst developers about the use
> > of cookies?
> Cookies rely on client side.  I never rely on the client for anything.
> When it comes to examples of how to do things "The Right Way," I say go
> take a look at amazon.com.  No cookies.  No Java'sCrap.  Works flawlessly.
> --Dan
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