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  1. I never understood the meaning and purpose of the quote() function parameters on shipping.php class: class shipping { (...) function quote($method = '', $module = '') { neither the sub-uses on shipping modules, for example: class usps { function quote($method = '') { Ok, in this example I can see using of $method parm: if (($method == '' && in_array($type, $this->types)) || $method == $type) { if (strpos($type, "Flat Rate")) $type_flat = $type . ', subject to verification'; else $type_flat = $type; $methods[] = array('id' => $type, 'title' => $type_flat, 'cost' => ($cost + MODULE_SHIPPING_USPS_HANDLING) * $shipping_num_boxes); } But, excuse me, I can't imagine the meaning. Can anybody explain us what's the meaning and when is useful to use it? Thanks a lot, seriously: your answer can alleviat a dude in my mind from several years ago! (excuse my English) :D
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