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Thread: 2 or more variables get checked?

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    2 or more variables get checked?

    Hey all

    PHP Code:
    if ($variable1 == "something") {
    -
    script here-

    Is there a way I can make it so that 2 (or more) variables at the same time get 'if'ed?

    As in:

    if ($variable1 == "something") AND ($variable2 == "something else") {

    Tried googling it and tried my usual php info pages, but didn't find anything; any help would be appreciated!

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    PHP Code:
    if ($variable1 == "something" && $variable2 == "somethingelse"){
    -
    script here


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    Now I can continue with my site, thank you both so much!

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