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Re: Passing Variables From Script To Script
By: Alex_Elderson   on May 06, 2002 at 11:36:52 AM
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Try this:

echo "<a href=\"script2.php?" . url_encode($massage) . "\">script2</a>\n";

Alex Elderson

: I have two php scripts. One reads the inbox to my email form, and the other reads an individual email. I need to send the $message with a hypertext link to the page where a person reads an individual email. So all the links to the emails direct a person checkmail.php. No matter if they click the first email or the last. I just need to send the correct $message variable for the correct email clicked. I hope that was clear.
: Thanks

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Passing Variables From Script To Script - what99 2002-4-23
    Re: Passing Variables From Script To Script - Alex_Elderson 2002-5-6

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