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Ninjakreborn

session/seperate cookie

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I have have an entire session system right, then also use a cookie, seperate, completely seperate from the session, right.

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[quote author=businessman332211 link=topic=107411.msg430907#msg430907 date=1157751143]
I have have an entire session system right, then also use a cookie, seperate, completely seperate from the session, right.
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With a pretty much 'out of the box' setup, PHP session variables use a cookie.  Probably not the same cookie as the one you've set.

BTW, I'm not sure what the question is, but maybe this helped.

Jeff

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the difference between cookie and the session is. cookies are kept in the client side and sessions are kept at the server side. While cookies can be manipulated by some tools and other things, sessions can't, because they are kept in the server and not at your local machine.

and this means yes. You have an entire difference system as cookie and session but of course they work similiar

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