At 12:09 PM +0100 7/12/09, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Sunday 12 July 2009 12:01:12 Lenin wrote:
On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 12:49 PM, Michael A. Peters <mpet...@mac.com> wrote:
> James Colannino wrote:
> White space can cause this - make sure your code has <?php as the very
> top and ?> at the very bottom, or the white space may trigger the web
> server to send a header and the white space as data before the cookie for
> session_start() is sent.
Well, at the end of the file dont put a ?> on your php files especially
which files you are gonna include at others. It would save you some
dreadfull buggy times. Its also practiced in the framework programming.
Well, some frameworks insist on it being in there. I tend to always include
them, but I use a text editor that I know won't add characters to the end
after the final ?>
I do the same. It would brother me (lack of symmetry) if I didn't
include a ?> at the end of my scripts.
As for additional characters after the ?>, I make sure my
terminations don't have any. Just because characters can be white
space doesn't mean you can't detect them.
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