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How to display cookie value if exists OR session value if cookie doesn't exist

Thread began 9/04/2013 1:23 pm by bentulk | Last modified 9/04/2013 3:21 pm by bentulk | 811 views | 2 replies |

bentulk

How to display cookie value if exists OR session value if cookie doesn't exist

Hi,
I'm trying do display a value on my page. If a cookie exists for this value, i want that displayed. If not, i want a session variable displayed. I want these to be the default value on a text field, but to start with, for simplicity, i'm just trying to get them to display on the page how i need them.

My current code doesn't seem to work. It outputs a '1', whatever the conditions are.

Here's the code.

<p>if cookie then here, if session, then here:
<?php echo (((isset($_COOKIE["RememberMeUN"]))?$_COOKIE["RememberMeUN"]:"") || ((isset($_SESSION["Email_Address"]))?$_SESSION["Email_Address"]:"")); ?>
</p>

Hoping you can point me in the right direction.

Thanks,

Ben

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

use this:

php:
<?php

if(isset($_COOKIE["RememberMeUN"])) {
    echo 
$_COOKIE["RememberMeUN"];
elsif(isset($_SESSION["Email_Address"])) {
    echo 
$_SESSION["Email_Address"];
}
?>
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bentulk

Works a treat. Thank you very much.

Ben

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