At 3:34 AM +0700 7/12/09, Lenin wrote:
On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 2:56 AM, Eddie Drapkin <oorza...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Sat, Jul 11, 2009 at 3:53 PM, Govinda<govinda.webdnat...@gmail.com>
> > what does "EOT" stand for?
> (I realize that string can be anything.. but I am just asking what EOT
> > means to everyone?
> I just use it as "End of Term" because I'm used to "EOF" as "End of File"
EOT used to mean End of Text. reference ASCII-7 notatioin
Yes, but in both cases the operator is used at both the beginning AND
at the end of the heredoc. I normally don't start anything with an
That's what I liked about the underscore (_) -- there's no inference
that it's an acronym.
$whatever = <<<_
However with that said, one could come up with a dual purpose acronym like:
TO = (TEXT On or TEXT Off)
or if you need three characters.
HDO = (HEREDOC ON or HEREDOC OFF)
I'm sure some clever person could come up with something better.
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