Noodle Snacks wrote:
> "Erwin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
>> Noodle Snacks wrote:
>> It is supposed to be like that...the PHP_SELF points to this file,
>> and the filename has no arguments, thus the PHP_SELF variable don't
>> have them either.
>> You will have to use the $_GET array for the "aid=12" part.
> yeh, I figured that. But is there some easy way to print *all* of the
> get data parsed? (In this case, the variable names, number of vars
> etc varies alot. And this has rissen from a bug in a 250kb+ source
> plus project.
> I am wondering if there is a smart way. or do I have to examine the
> $_GET array for all vars and pass them on manually?
Ah, I didn't understand your question (my mistake). Answer to your question
(I hope): there is a smart way: $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING']
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