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yeah, at the top of each function....where you would normally put "global
$HTTP_GET_VARS;" The created $_GET is not a superglobal so its scope is only
in the function its defined in or if you define it in the global namespace
you'd have to "global $_GET;" inside of your function & I'm sure that'll
conflict with the superglobals on newer versions.
On Wednesday 02 October 2002 12:13 am, Sascha Cunz wrote:
> At the top of each _function_? Urgs. Sounds like a hell of a lot of work.
> Would be enough at the beginning of the script - or even better, creating a
> dummy include for that or it might even be posibile to run it via an
> .htaccess (how is this option named php_prepend or such?).
> If they can't update the PHP Version they should update the ISP :-) Well,
> 4.0.6 might be a "famous" release (as you can find this very often), but
> it's about 1 year old now... If ISPs don't updated, they make their own
> machines vulnerable - the only conclusion (to make them learn their lesson)
> can be, that customers keep on running away, ain't it?
Thats if they notice the one or two clients that leave over this issue. :|
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