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Printing $_session values in one go?

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hi, i'm tired of typing them again and again in piece by piece.
so i would like to hear your tricks on how would you go about to print this in one go?

I've assigned all the $_session like these below,
[code]
$_SESSION['s_id'] = $row[id];
$_SESSION['s_photo_filename'] = $row[photo_filename];
$_SESSION['s_tmp_name'] = $row[tmp_name];
$_SESSION['s_type'] = $row[type];
$_SESSION['s_size'] = $row[size];
$_SESSION['s_path'] = $row[path];
$_SESSION['s_date'] = $row[date];
$_SESSION['s_comments'] = $row[comments];
$_SESSION['s_photo_category'] = $row[photo_category];
[/code]

now how would i print them on one go? a very short codes trick is much better.

Thank you very much in advance.


-ok, i'll try to experiment mine while waiting your trick for this.

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print_r($_SESSION);

hehe

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Use
[code]<?php echo '<pre>' . print_r($_SESSION,true) . '</pre>'; ?>[/code]
and the dump will be formatted in a much more readable way.

Ken

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yeah that's what in my mind too, but i'm having slow turtle walk in my
bandwidth right now.

i guess i can try it later.

But thanks anyway.

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