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I'm new to php and still trying to learn it. If I had me.php do I have to assign the variables and values to me.php? Can I create some kind of master list of variables and values so I can use those in me.php?

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Hi,

Yes, you can create a list of master variables.

Say you set up a file called mastervariables.php and put it in the same folder as me.php.

Then list your variables in there eg

<?php
$variable1="hello";
$variable2="hello2";
?>

Then on me.php, simply include the file with the following code:

<?php
include ("mastervariables.php");
?>

Hope that helps

Mark

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Hi,

Yes, you can create a list of master variables.

Say you set up a file called mastervariables.php and put it in the same folder as me.php.

Then list your variables in there eg

<?php
$variable1="hello";
$variable2="hello2";
?>

Then on me.php, simply include the file with the following code:

<?php
include ("mastervariables.php");
?>

Hope that helps

Mark
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So once I add:
<?php
include ("mastervariables.php");
?>

me.php will use those variables?

If I want to add variables in a different directory I'll just have to do this:
<?php
include ("/newdirectory/mastervariables.php");
?>

Correct?

Thanks in advance.

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[!--quoteo(post=351145:date=Mar 2 2006, 06:47 PM:name=pneudralics)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(pneudralics @ Mar 2 2006, 06:47 PM) [snapback]351145[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--]
So once I add:
<?php
include ("mastervariables.php");
?>

me.php will use those variables?

If I want to add variables in a different directory I'll just have to do this:
<?php
include ("/newdirectory/mastervariables.php");
?>

Correct?

Thanks in advance.
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That would work :)

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FYI include and require act a bit like copy 'n' paste. So when you include mastervariables.php then what ever is in that file, is effectively being copy 'n' peste'd in to me.php

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