At 03:51 18-08-01, Richard Lynch wrote:
>Relying on initialization by the system instead of doing it by hand is bad.
>What if somebody then includes your file into something else, but has used
>that variable, but their final value is usually 0, except when it's not...
>Then, your code works for a while and then inexplicably breaks.
>Always initialize variables.
In that example, you would break the outer code if you initialize the
variable... The right solution here is separation using scopes (functions
or classes). I think that include()'ing logic into the global scope is not
a very good idea unless they're integrated parts of the application.
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