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  1. Hello, I have the following code (which opens a database connection and then links to a table.) include("config.inc.php"); at the beginning of a script, but the file (which exists in the same directory as the script) is not being called. I have verified that the file is there and that the spelling is correct (there is no complaint for PHP not being able to read the file) Since it is not being read, the mysql search is not working. If I copy the lines from the config.inc.php file to this file, everything works. I have tried using the full directory structure to no avail. Any ideas? Thanks Steve
  2. I have the following three links in same page. http://localhost/folder/file.php?x=link1 http://localhost/folder/file.php?x=link2 http://localhost/folder/file.php?x=link3 i want to show URLs as they are... link1 is to include a file named "x.php" link2 is to include a file named "y.php" link3 is to include a file named "z.php" Can it be done in php only? PS: its not about creating hash ids. and i want to do it without any sql db connection.
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