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Session variable in hyperlink


meltingpoint

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The $_SESSION['record_to_chage'] variable is set- I know this as I can echo it out.

$openedfile = file("myfile.txt");
sort($openedfile);
//
foreach($openedfile as $key => $newpick)
{
echo "<a href=\"/editpage.php?request=$_SESSION['record_to_chgange']&newcat=$newpick\" target=\"_parent\">$newpick</a>";
echo "<br>";
}

The Resulting error:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ENCAPSED_AND_WHITESPACE, expecting T_STRING or T_VARIABLE or T_NUM_STRING in

 

For the life of me I can not figure where I am going wrong. 

 

Going to get coffee and some fresh eyes.

 

Cheers

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Try this:

<?php
$openedfile = file("myfile.txt");
sort($openedfile);
//
foreach($openedfile as $key => $newpick)
{
echo '<a href="/editpage.php?request=' . $_SESSION['record_to_chgange'] . '&newcat=' . $newpick . '" target="_parent">' . $newpick . '</a>';
echo "<br>";
}

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