Does $_GET['x'] works?

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Does $_GET['x'] works?

Postby danJ » 22. October 2006 23:27

I installed Xampp, but $_GET['x'] does NOT work!

Anyone knows how to fix it?

Thanks

Dan
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Postby Wiedmann » 22. October 2006 23:45

Correct your script... ;-)
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Postby danJ » 23. October 2006 12:38

Wiedmann wrote:Correct your script... ;-)


How to correct that?

It runs fine on a real server, but not on my localhost!?!
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Postby Wiedmann » 23. October 2006 13:30

How to correct that?

Sorry but I don't know your current code. But if "$_GET['x']" does not work, your code is not correkt. (You can also look into the PHP manual about "external variables").
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Example

Postby DrizZ » 25. October 2006 09:36

Make a file in your htdocs folder and rename it to "test.php"

put this code in test.php:
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<?
$x = $_GET[x];
print "$x";
?>

then safe and go to http://localhost/test.php

if it not works, u've installed xampp wrong
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Postby cj_nza » 27. October 2006 23:00

<?
$x = $_GET[x];
print "$x";
?>

then safe and go to http://localhost/test.php


This code and the way you call it would be a very bad way of testing if XAMPP is installed correctly.

You need to provide a value for 'x' in your GET request/url.

Thus you should use http://localhost/test.php?x=Working

Secondly the name of a member of an array should be within quotation marks for example $x = $_GET['x']
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Postby DrizZ » 28. November 2006 22:50

Yea.. sorry..

Thanks for your post with my error :)
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