On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Shawn McKenzie<nos...@mckenzies.net> wrote:
> PJ wrote:
>> Caner Bulut wrote:
>>> Hi PJ,
>>> You can use the structure following
>>> $bid = htmlentities($_GET['id']);
>> the code below
>>> if(empty($bid) {
>>> $bid=0;
>>> }
>> produces an empty screen with no error messages...
>> I have been having some trouble understanding "empty()" -- it doesn't
>> seem to want to work for me in any situation
> YOU, always need to have error_reporting on and display errors on, and
> also be logging errors so that you can see parse errors in the log.
> Always check the log after a "empty screen".  I've seen many posts from
> you where you get a blank, empty, white screen.  This is most always a
> parse error!.  Get an editor that will show you bad syntax like the
> above.  It is a freaking parse error because you don't have matched
> parentheses!
> --
> Thanks!
> -Shawn
> http://www.spidean.com

You mean when PHP parses my code, it can't just tell what I meant and
do it? I mean, web browsers aren't that picky. Geesh! :-P


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