But why? 

1. on 4.0.1pl2 it worked.
2. I noticed it even on a function(); // comment as well.

I will restart experimenting later again. I think I should upgrade my apache
first, then recompile PHP, and try it again.
It seems to me more of a stupid problem, I have no idea why that happen.
Everything works unless there's an '//', then it starts showing the code up.

Maxim Maletsky

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To: Maxim Maletsky; 'Vlad Krupin'
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Subject: RE: [PHP] RE: [PHP-DEV] WEIRD, WEIRD problem with upgrade to


why not try to enclose the parameters to () or try this?

echo ("hello world"); // please no...
echo ("<BR>");

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