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  1. Hi all, I am working on modifying a discount coupon add-on to allow two coupons for one order. The class discount_coupon looks like this: <?php /* * discount_coupon.php * August 4, 2006 * author: Kristen G. Thorson * ot_discount_coupon_codes version 3.0 * * * Released under the GNU General Public License * */ class discount_coupon { var $messages, $coupon, $applied_discount, $cart_info; function discount_coupon( $code, $delivery ) { $this->messages = array(); $this->coupon = array(); $this->applied_discount = array(); $this->cart_info = array( 'valid_products' => array( 'count' => 0, 'line_items' => 0, 'total' => 0 ), 'total_products' => array( 'count' => 0, 'line_items' => 0, 'total' => 0 ), 'exclusions' => array() ); $this->get_coupon( $code, $delivery ); I have already made some modifications to this file to bypass the exclusions if necessary. Does anyone have any ideas on a method to allow multiple codes? Thanks
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