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File: cookie.class.php
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Description: Serialized Cookie Handler
Class: Cookie Handler Class
Store and retrieve serialized variables in cookies
Author: By
Last change: Updated the class constructor to set the properties when called.
Date: 9 years ago
Size: 2,735 bytes
 

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<?php
   
// cookieClass
    // Copyright (C) 2005 JRSofty Programming.
    // http://jrsofty1.stinkbugonline.com
    // Licensed under GNU/GPL

   
class cookieClass{
       
        var
$cName = '';
        var
$cTime = '';
        var
$cSerialize = false;
        var
$cPath = '';
       
        function
cookieClass($cookieName, $cookieTimeout, $cookieSerialize = false, $cookiePath = "/"){
           
$this->cName = $cookieName;
           
$this->cTime = $cookieTimeout;
           
$this->cSerialize = $cookieSerialize;
           
$this->cPath = $cookiePath;
           
// This should fix the issue if you have cookies set and THEN turn on the serialization.
           
$iname = $this->cName . "_S";
            if(
$this->cSerialize && !isset($_COOKIE[$iname])){
               
$cookArr = array();
                foreach(
$_COOKIE as $name=>$val){
                    if(
strpos($name,$this->cName) !== false ){ // make sure it is a cookie set by this application
                       
$subname = substr($name,strlen($this->cName) + 1);
                       
$cookArr[$subname] = $val;
                       
$this->KillCookie($name);
                    }
                }
               
$this->WriteCookie($cookArr);
            }
           
// This is the opposite from above. changes a serialized cookie to multiple cookies without loss of data
           
if(!$this->cSerialize && isset($_COOKIE[$iname])){
               
$cookArr = unserialize($_COOKIE[$iname]);
               
$this->KillCookie($iname);
               
$this->WriteCookie($cookArr);
            }
                       
                       
        }
       
        function
DestroyAllCookies(){
            foreach(
$_COOKIE as $name=>$val){
                if(
strpos($name,$this->cName) !== false){
                   
$_COOKIE[$name] = NULL;
                   
$this->KillCookie($name);
                }
            }
        }
       
        function
ReadCookie($item){
            if(
$this->cSerialize){
               
$name = $this->cName . "_S";
                if(isset(
$_COOKIE[$name])){
                   
// handle the cookie as a serialzied variable
                   
$sCookie = unserialize($_COOKIE[$name]);
                    if(isset(
$sCookie[$item])){
                        return
$sCookie[$item];
                    }else{
                        return
NULL;
                    }
                }else{
                    return
NULL;
                }
            }else{
               
$name = $this->cName . "_" . $item;
                if(isset(
$_COOKIE[$name])){
                   
// handle the item as separate cookies
                   
return $_COOKIE[$name];
                }else{
                    return
NULL;
                }
            }
        }
       
        function
KillCookie($cName){
           
$tStamp = time() - 432000;
           
setcookie($cName,"",$tStamp,$this->cPath);
        }
       
        function
WriteCookie($itemArr){
            if(
$this->cSerialize){
               
$sItems = serialize($itemArr);
               
$name = $this->cName . "_S";
               
$_COOKIE[$name] = $sItems;
               
$tStamp = time() + $this->cTime;
               
setcookie($name,$sItems,$tStamp,$this->cPath);
            }else{
               
$tStamp = time() + $this->cTime;
                foreach(
$itemArr as $nam=>$val){
                   
$name = $this->cName . "_" . $nam;
                   
$_COOKIE[$name] = $val;
                   
setcookie($name,$val,$tStamp,$this->cPath);
                }
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}
        }
       
       
    }