Allen McCabe wrote:
> Ashley - I am formatting this way, it just didn't translate into gmail : )
You might try using indentation with more then one space. Try tabs.
Any respectable editor will allow you to set the number of spaces it
uses to actually represent the tab.
That way I can have mine set to 8 spaces while other can have 3 or 4 spaces.
> Daniel, Martin, and Jim - Thanks very much, my php runs now, however I don't
> get the result page anymore. My inbox receives the form (missing cells, but
> that's another issue), but the browser doesn't load processccu.php, it says
> it cannot display the webpage.
> note: I did address the mismatch of the DIV and TABLE (including TR's, TD's)
> tags, so I don't think it's my HTML.
> On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 10:58 AM, Ashley Sheridan
>> On Tue, 2009-08-04 at 10:56 -0700, Jim Lucas wrote:
>>> Allen McCabe wrote:
>>>> *Parse error*: syntax error, unexpected $end in *
>>>> /home/a9066165/public_html/admin/processccu.php* on line *231*
>>> I have learned from a number of similar mistakes that this error message
>>> /normally/ means that I have a miss-matched number of brackets on a
>>> foreach, while, or if, etc... statement.
>>> Usually the line number will represent the last line in your script. In
>>> this case, they don't seem to match...
>>>> I did some major code rewriting about halfway through (lines 114-132),
>>>> suddenly I'm getting the above ERROR. I have examined the code line by
>>>> but I'm still relatively new to this, and I don't even know what to
>>>> Here is the complete code, from beginning <?php tag to closing </html>
>> Thats why I always prefer to have the brackets line up in the code (I
>> forget what the style is called) so that it looks like this:
>> function someFunction
>> do something
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