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File: index.php
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Class: phpMysqlSessions
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// Need the class definition
require "_class.session.php";

// Instantiate a session
$my_session=new session_class("znet_shop");

// Remove old session from db (300 sec.)

// Start session or get previous data

/* For this example, I will use normal variables as
        well as an array of values to show how to use arrays
        of data for the sessions (may be used in something like
        a shopping cart application.

    // First, we will assign the variables some values
$var3=$var1 ." != " .$var2; // "var1 != 2"

    // Now let's make an array
$array1[$i]="element ".$i;

// Let's make another
$array2=array("first"=>1, "second"=>2, "third"=>3, "fourth"=>4);

// Now we will register the variables into the session data if they aren't
    // already registered

// Now of the arrays

// Now that all the data is registered as session data, let's save it.
<h1>Session Test</h1>
The following values should be saved in your session database:<br>
Session ID: <? echo $my_sid ?><br>
<table border=3>
 <tr><td>$var1</td><td><? echo $var1 ?></td></tr>
 <tr><td>$var2</td><td><? echo $var2 ?></td></tr>
 <tr><td>$var3</td><td><? echo $var3 ?></td></tr>
 <tr><td>$arr1</td><td><? echo $arr1 ?></td></tr>
 <tr><td>$arr2</td><td><? echo $arr2 ?></td></tr>

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