But in RFC2109 they mentioned Comment and version are also attributes of
the setcookie header.

How do you set these attributes using php??

How this print_r() function works??

Thanks in advance

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Shiflett [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 02, 2002 2:52 PM
To: Balaji Ankem
Subject: Re: [PHP] Help required on cookies

Balaji Ankem wrote:

><? print_r($_COOKIE); ?>
>It is giving error saying call to undefined function _r();

That's weird. Maybe you have a space between print and _r? The function 
is print_r() with no spaces.

>And Setcookie in php is not conforming to the RFC2109.

In what way? Remember that the setcookie() function itself does not need

to conform to any syntax guidelines. Only the resulting HTTP header must

conform to specifications such as those described in RFC 2109.



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