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session_register — Registers session variables.


int session_register(name[, name]);
mixed name: Variable name
mixed name (optional): ...


TRUE on success; FALSE on error


Registers any number of variables and places them in the session. The variable to be registered is passed as a string. Alternatively, a list of variables to be registered can be passed as an array.


Existing since version 4.0


Example 1163. Register session variable

echo $counter1;
echo $counter2;
$counter1 = $counter2++;

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