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    Quote Originally Posted by felgall View Post
    See http://www.felgall.com/htmlt59.htm for a short piece of code
    Iíve already suggested using extract(), which does exactly what your code does, but was ignored so I assumed it wasnít a viable solution (for what reason I donít know).

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    K, Thanks for the replies, i'll try to put in one of the methods suggested, though, i'll still be interested in making register_globals "on/off" from my script, b'coz some scripts like oscommerce and oscmax also require register_globals on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuldeepkaundal View Post
    K, Thanks for the replies, i'll try to put in one of the methods suggested, though, i'll still be interested in making register_globals "on/off" from my script, b'coz some scripts like oscommerce and oscmax also require register_globals on!
    Only the old version of oscommerse required register globals on. If you are using the latest version with the correct security plugins then you must have it off.
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