Stanislav Malyshev wrote:
> JM>> This is not in line with the other is_* functions. To keep in line
> If you mean ctype functions, I agree - they all should be is*. If you mean
> is_integer type functions - so what? It's not in line also with
> mysql_num_rows function, so? That's just functions from different area,
> and the fact that accidentally they start from the same two letters does
> not change much.

I agree. The ctype functions are wrappers for the isalnum, isalpha, etc ...
C functions.  Even though the functions may look like they should be of the
ctype_is_xxx() format, they should probably be of the ctype_isalpha()


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