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Saving Values in the Session in PHP
How To Save Values to the Current Session in PHP?
When session is turned on, a session will be automatically created for you by the PHP engine. If you want to save any values to the session, you can use the pre-defined associative array called $_SESSION. The following PHP script shows you how to save values to the session:
<?php session_start(); print("<html><pre>"); $_SESSION["MyLogin"] = "FYICenter"; print("A value saved in the session named as MyLogin.\n"); $_SESSION["MyColor"] = "Blue"; print("A value saved in the session named as MyColor.\n"); print("Click <a href=next_page.php>Next Page</a>" ." to retrieve the values.\n"); print("</pre></html>\n"); ?>
If you save this script to your Web server as first_page.php and visit it with a browser, you will get:
A value saved in the session named as MyLogin. A value saved in the session named as MyColor. Click Next Page to retrieve the values.
⇒ Retrieving Values Stored in Session in PHP
⇐ Turning on the Session Support in PHP
⇑ Understanding and Using Sessions in PHP
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