I usually do something like this:
function somefunction(){
   //Do whatever
<<< END

Rob Day wrote:

I try to write very clean code. However, there is one thing that always bugs
me - using heredoc syntax in a function. Code in the function really should
be indented (or 4 spaces for PEAR types), but, to quote the documentation,
"the closing identifier must begin in the first column of the line." That
means no tabs, right? So is that just the way it is? Do I just need to not
worry about my tabs for heredoc? Is there some way to maintain consistency
without breaking my code?

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