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The Unofficial Cookie FAQ
      Cookies are a very useful tool in maintaining state variables on the Web. Since HTTP is a "stateless" (non-persistent) protocol, it is impossible to differentiate between visits to a web site, unless the server can somehow "mark" a visitor. This is done by storing a piece of information in the visitor's browser.
How Internet Cookies Work
      Internet cookies are incredibly simple, but they are one of those things that have taken on a life of their own. Cookies started receiving tremendous media attention back in February 2000 because of Internet privacy concerns, and the debate still rages
Persistent Cookies
      How can I write a cookie in one page and then read that cookie in another? or alternatively pass data gathered in one page (not a remote!) and then access it in another?
      A cookie is simply a variable that your webpage can store on - or retrieve from - the users computer.
Javascript Cookie
      Introduction to Netscape's Persistant Cookies (or MagicCookies) including a discussion on what cookies are and how they are used. There is a lot of disinformation about cookies and what they can do. This page serves to dispel some of the myths and explains how cookies are stored on your machine.
Using Cookies the Webmonkey way.
      This set of functions eases the pain of using cookies. It includes separate functions to set, read, and kill cookies, as well as a function to test whether the user accepts cookies at all.
More Cookies
      Everything you ever wanted to know about Cookies
Cookie Central
      Cookies are pieces of information generated by a Web server and stored in the user's computer, ready for future access...
Cookies: The Webmaster's Bakery
      What is causing all this talk of subversion, espionage, and theft? Magic cookies, of course!
Using cookies
      need to figure out how to use cookies on your site?
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