On Saturday 17 August 2002 17:40, David Yee wrote:
> > It's not PHP's fault -- it's the CGI/POST specs. The browser is not
> > it through, because that's what it was told to do :)
> Ah- got it. That would make sense since it's the browser that's send the
> form data to the server, and if it doesn't chose to.... I wonder why the
> CGI/POST specs are like that- there's probably a good reason?
One advantage is that it saves some bandwidth.
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