Stuart a écrit :

You appear to be using the definition of null that comes from the
world of C.


I didn't. The point is I'm allowed to set a default value to null for a referenced parameter (what I can do in C for a pointer, so I knew it).

  I'm happy PHP raises an error on foo(null) ;
  I'm in trouble when foo() doesn't.

  The actual question is : why PHP doesn't raise an error ?

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