I'm sorry I've not been following the last three responses. In a nutshell, what "EXACTLY" does the poster of this issue want?
On 25 June 2013 11:06, Toby Hart Dyke <t...@hartdyke.com> wrote: > > What Jim means is here in the manual: > > http://www.php.net/manual/en/**language.types.array.php#** > language.types.array.donts<http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.types.array.php#language.types.array.donts> > > In a nutshell: > > Always use quotes around a string literal array index. For example, > /$foo['bar']/ is correct, while /$foo[bar]/ is not. > > The reason is that without the quotes, you are generating an undefined > constant (bar) rather than using a string index ('bar'). It works, but > could have side effects in the future, so it's bad form to do it. > > As for general politeness, you seem to be unaware of recent history in > this (an associated) groups. The OP has often committed the ultimate sine. > Not posting slightly wild code (we've all been/are there!) He doesn't seem > to listen or learn too well. Many posters (including Jim) have offered a > lot of of extremely good (and detailed) advice which seems to be rarely > taken... > > Toby > > > > On 6/25/2013 7:32 AM, OJFR wrote: > >> Yeah, Jim, please explain what u mean by "Per the manual, associative >> arrays >> using string indices should always use ' ' around them. They work (as >> mentioned in the manual) but are wrong". As long as I remember I could >> use >> associative arrays in that way (ex. $_SESSION['Cust_Num']). There's >> another >> way to do that using string indices? Why do you say it's wrong? It's >> obsolete? >> >> I would like to make a call to all the members of this mailing list: >> knowledge is a wonderful gift so, why we don't share it politely and >> efficiency. Jim, I will take you as an example. You start saying " Against >> my better judgement, here I go again". >> > >