You can use $_POST in a similar fashion to retrieve values from form
that have been posted with the POST method.
Also, you can use $_REQUEST to catch both at the same time. In this
case, you may have a problem if the same variable is passed through both
GET and POST, in that one will override the other depending on how your
php.ini is set up.
On Mon, 2002-10-07 at 12:19, Edgard Berendsen wrote:
> I send hidden variables from a form to a php. In the php
> I have the following code to convert the global vars sent:
> If (isset($_GET['foo']))
> $foo = $_GET['foo']
> $foo = 0;
> But this only works using the "GET" method!
> Thanks for your answer.
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