On Tue, 06 Feb 2001, Martin Jansen wrote:
> The following was reported today in the german language newsgroup
> news:de.comp.lang.php:
> <?php
> $a = NULL;
> if (isset($a)) { print "ok, du hast recht"; }
> ?>
> Shouldn't this script generate some output? IMO $a is set
> and isset() should return true.
> The manual says:
> "isset -- Determine whether a variable is set"
> So following the manual means that there _has_ to be
> output because $a is set in fact.
> Or am I wrong?

NULL == not set


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