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looking a little closer at eval()...

Hmm... looking at eval("\$arraytest = array($variablelist);"); a little more I think I see WHY it is used now. I'm thinking that $access is a string that contains something like 6,7,12,13,14,15,29.

That way when it's run through the eval() function it will look something like: eval("\$arraytest = array(6,7,12,13,14,15,29);");. hehehe... wow.



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