Daniel Brown wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 17:51, PJ <af.gour...@videotron.ca> wrote:
>>    elseif ($obligatoryFieldNotPresent = 1) {
>>            $obligatoryFieldNotPresent = 0;
>>    }
>     Are you certain you only wanted a single equal operator in the
> last elseif() condition?  Further, are you sure it should even be an
> elseif() and not a straight else?
That's where the problem lies... the algorhythm is if any one of a
series is empty, then it's an error, but if they are all ls then we go on...
So the last one should show up as "0"...
I tried else $obligatoryFieldNotPresent = 0; but that doesn't want to
work. I tried echo $obligatoryFieldNotPresent;
just get a blank page...
I can't figure out how to determine if anything is in the String...
perhaps I should be checking for null
elseif ($obligatoryFiledNotPresent == "") {
    $obligatoryFieldNotPresent = 0;
I tried that too, but same result...

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