Then, is not possible to use a definition table for errors or equivalents?. It must be a variable value or a hash?

I am using this for error messages after a CGI execution. That is why planning to use a code for error, and definition table show the specific message.

Like "http://myphppage.php?error=ERROR1";

>> [snip...]
>> But while trying to be called based on parameter, is not possible to call them via:
>> $myerror = "ERROR1";
> That would be $myerror= ERROR1;

>>     echo "<strong>ERROR"._$myerror."</strong>";
>   ... and that would be echo "<strong>".ERROR."._$myerror."</strong>";



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