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#21 Moron

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Posted 06 September 2006 - 05:22 PM

It'll probably turn out that I've just done something boneheaded and it'll eventually dawn on me.


I hate to quote myself, but this was a self-fulfilling prophecy; I had declared the $empcode variable a second time.

Duh.

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#22 .josh

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Posted 06 September 2006 - 05:24 PM

well if it's none of the above, then i'm out of ideas. Other than that, I have no idea why it would echo just fine one time, and then not echo later on in the script. As suggested, you're going to have to post the entire script that has the offending code. No need to post the 1st script that originally creates the session variable; if it's echoing the first time, then it appears to be passing properly.

edit: you posted same time as me. okay good, cheers!
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