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setcookie problem

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setcookie('nordicnet_registration', $uplinenumber); // SESSION COOKIE TO BE

I have this cookie I have to set that will be session-based (cookie deletes
when browser session is closed, the classic). However, the cookie is set in
/Main_page/registrering.php so the path for the cookie is incorrect; I want
the path to be '/'. HOWEVER, PHP is strict on syntax so that if I set a
path, I have to set a time int value at the same time.

I want to set the path and NOT the time int. How do I do that?

Jul 16 '05 #1
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Phil Powell wrote:
I want to set the path and NOT the time int. How do I do that?

doesn't it work setting the time to 0? (not tested, hth)

setcookie('nordicnet_registration', $uplinenumber, 0, '/');
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