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Old January 16th, 2005, 06:24 PM
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Default undefined variable !!

Having tried PHP4 a few months ago I gave up after most of the scripts failed and displayed errors. Second time round and things seem to be better, installed php4, installed apache and installed phpMyAdmin. Now i have inserted some code into page and it displays a few lines of errors like the one below. When I upload onto my remote server it works fine. I have a feeling that something in my php.ini file needs changing, could anyone put me in the right direction, i also remember changing the path for my host I think in php.ini but the problem is I need to locate it again.......where would this be and what needs changing, also can I make the change via apache console??

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Notice: Undefined variable: Price in C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\listbox.php on line 5
Price Range:

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just means that you have to set the variable , variables can't have spaces in them im pretty sure! just put in something lke

$price = whatever

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This problem has to do with register_globals, I believe.

Replace $Price in your code with $_POST['Price'] if your form method is POST and $_GET['Price'] if your form method is GET.


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