ID: 12630
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Bogus
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
Operating System: Red Hat Linux, Win2000 sp2
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

The above is just a workaround... I've used it, though it's the only reasonable way to 
code some routines. But it's quite a LONG workaround and makes the code quite 
obfuscated and unclear... not mentioning possible performance losses.

Any plans to implement that ? (haven't seen the php source yet, but I could imagine 
that preety simple to implement)

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-07 14:04:59] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

this is not implemented in php

if you want to try something like that try...

if (!test())return;


[2001-08-07 13:59:07] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Tested on Red Hat


[2001-08-07 13:54:44] [EMAIL PROTECTED]


This seems quite odd...
In the ...

      function() or dosomething;

...construct it seems that PHP only allows the usage of standard operators and 
functions in the place of "dosomething", so the 'return' doesn't work at all since 
it's a operator-like thingy.

The following snippet will produce a parse error:

function test(){
    return false;

function test2(){
      test() or return;


Thanks in advance for a quick fix :)

Keep up the good work!


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