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Using variable outside of if statement

Hi Experts,

I have just come back to PHP programming after a stint of doing vb.net. I am wondering if there is a way to continue a variable outside of an IF statement.

Would this require Register Globals switched on?

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nickmarshall
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RoonaanCommented:
No,

You can just use the variable outside the if statement. Scopes are defined by the global scope, classes and functions. If's and loop's do not define a scope of themselves in PHP.

-r-
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