If(isset($_FILES['userfile']))

is there a possibillity to check how the user-file field is set ?

I tried :

<?PHP

print"<form method=POST action=$_SERVER[PHP_SELF] enctype=multipart/form-data>";

?>

<?
if(isset($_FILES['userfile']))
{
$im_set = "SET";
echo $im_set;
}
else
{
$Im_notSet = "NOT SET";
echo $Im_notSet;
}

<input name="userfile" type="file" class="forms" size="30">
?>
</form>

...but it doesn't work it always returns that it is set.



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Code is worth a millions words so, here is what I am trying to do:

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