The OP asked:
Is there in PHP something like "use strict" from perl? I find it pretty
annoying to need to run script over and over again just to find out that I
made typo in variable name.
And I've been waiting for an answer myself, but I haven't seen one.
From what I remember, in perl if you use "use strict;" it requires to
to define your variables (my) before using them. If you make a
variable typo in your code, then you'll trigger an error when you try
to run it.
From what I've seen of php, even with using strict error reporting,
you can do that all day long without generating an error.
So the answer appears to be "No, you can't do that in PHP." Is that the answer?
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