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[nycphp-talk] receiving params passed from one webpage to another

Hans Zaunere zaunere at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 6 10:13:07 EDT 2002


This is certainly a register_globals issue - but don't turn it on! Code
better!

in a.php:

Please help by <a href="browform.php?brow=<?=$brow?>">letting us
know</a>


Then in browform.php:

Thank you for helping <?=$_GET['brow']?>!


Or something similar.  Note that <?= will only work if short_tags is on
- as it is by default (I think).  But register_globals defaults to off
for a reason - it's bad, as are most global vars.

HZ.


--- Michael Southwell <southwell at dneba.com> wrote:
> Here I am with another elementary question; sorry about that.
> 
> I'm trying to pass parameters from one webpage to another.  So
> I have something like this in the first one:
> <CODE>
> please help by <a href="browform.php?brow=<?php echo "$brow";
> ?>">letting 
> us know</a>
> </CODE>
> I can tell by the url that the parameter is being sent correctly.
> 
> Then in browform I have (for testing purposes)
> <CODE>
> <?php echo "$brow"; ?>
> </CODE>
> But this gives me the notice that "brow is an undefined variable." 
> So the 
> problem
> is that browform isn't receiving the parameter.
> 
> I'm sure there's some very simple answer to this (I have this
> kind of thing working perfectly elsewhere in a POST), but right now
> I'm 
> stumped.
> Can somebody help?  Thanks in advance.
> 
> 
> Michael G. Southwell =================================
> DNEBA Enterprises
> 81 South Road
> Bloomingdale, NJ 07403-1425
> 973/492-7873 (voice and fax)
> southwell at dneba.com
> http://www.dneba.com
> ======================================================
> 
> 
> 


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