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Using header() to Send Raw Headers

  $num_to_guess = 42;
  $message = "";
  if (! isset ( $_POST ['guess'] )) {
    $message = "Welcome!";
  } else if ($_POST ['guess'] > $num_to_guess) {
    $message = $_POST ['guess'] . " is too big!";
  } else if ($_POST ['guess'] < $num_to_guess) {
    $message = $_POST ['guess'] . " is too small!";
  } else {
    header ( "Location:congrats.html" );
    exit ();
  $guess = ( int ) $_POST ['guess'];
  $num_tries = ( int ) $_POST ['num_tries'];
  $num_tries ++;
<title>A PHP Number Guessing Script</title>
 <?php print $message?> Guess: <?php print $num_tries?><br />
<form method="post" action="<?php
print $_SERVER ['PHP_SELF']?>">
<p><input type="hidden" name="num_tries"
  print $num_tries?>" /> Number: <input
  type="text" name="guess" value="<?php print $guess?>" /></p>

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