MM>> Since it's actually possible to have a variable named $test[2], that
MM>> would probably lead to confusion.

Yes, excellent example. $test[2] is not really variable name - it's more
an expression (for ones with C++ backgound it's obvious, I guess :) As
opposet to that, you could have variable named ${'test[2]'}, if you are
crazy enough :)
Stanislav Malyshev, Zend Products Engineer
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