> I have some code that looks like this:
> if(!session_is_registered('errors'))
>   session_register('errors');
> but i want to do this using the $_SESSION, i tried
> doing it this way
> if(!isset($_SESSION['errors']))
>   session_register('errors');
> but when i echo(isset($_SESSION['errors'])) it prints
> false
> So i am not sure how to register a variable with

You don't need to use session_register() when you're using $_SESSION.
Just treat $_SESSION as any other variable and assign values to it. To
remove values from it, use unset().

{ $_SESSION['errors'] = 'default'; }

---John Holmes...

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