(B"Khalid El-Kary" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
(B> the script infact never used register_globals because it's a
(B> class that has nothing to do with the direct script input, but
(B> there's an idea that came to my mind, maybe the company
(B> compiled its own PHP? may this change anything?
(BIt's not impossible but I don't think they would really do that. Maybe you
(Bshould ask them. Or, run phpinfo() and check. Did you check? What did you
(B> generally is Linux different from windows in String functions?
(BGenerally no, I don't think so.
(B> encoding for example?
(BIt's possible that they are different but you can check phpinfo().
(BAlso, if you're using multi-byte functions there's a possibility that your
(Bthe company you're using did not compile php with this feature enabled.
(B> thanx edwin, and sorry for writing so unpercise questions
(BWell, later when you are ready to ask precise or specific questions, I'm
(Bsure a lot more people will help you :-)
(BAnyway, as I have mentioned earlier, run phpinfo() in Windows and in Linux
(Bthen compare them. THEN, you might just find out what's causing the
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