On Monday 04 November 2002 07:25, Graeme McLaren wrote:
> Hey all, I've had a bizarre experience. When I uploaded a php script it
> worked fine and when I was looking through my code I found that it
> shouldn't have worked because two variables had been used instead of
> one. What I'm meaning is, I used $Year and $year where I was just
> supposed to use $Year, the case insensitivity didn't seem to make a
> blind bit of difference. I've corrected it now and the script runs as
> it did previously.
> Did PHP just correct this at run time? Anyone know why this worked?
PHP is case-sensitive for variables. There are two possibilities:
1) Your code is buggy
2) PHP is buggy
I suspect it's the former :) but if you think it's the latter then post your
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