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RE: Constants vs. $_REQUEST variables

I think the misunderstanding with Constants.php file. Let say my api_Key = 123345abc and let take a look at one line of code in Constants.php file.

define("PARAM_NAME_API_KEY", "api_key");

After this line of code

PARAM_NAME_API_KEY = "api_key"

Not "123345abc"

$_REQUEST is the same as $_REQUEST

if you echo PARAM_NAME_API_KEY you will get api_key
if you echo $_REQUEST you will get 123345abc
if you also echo $_REQUEST you will get 123345abc

Mike C Support Engineer, Constant Contact

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