On 8/25/09 5:01 AM, "Stuart" <stut...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/8/25 Ralph Deffke <ralph_def...@yahoo.de>:
>> causes an error
>> Parse error: parse error, expecting `T_STRING' or `T_VARIABLE' or `'$'' in
>> C:\wamp\www\TinyCreator\testCrapp6.php on line 42
> This is a syntax error, not a runtime error. You've clearly done
> something wrong.
>> "Tom Worster" <f...@thefsb.org> wrote in message
>>> is it the case that unset() does not trigger an error or throw an
>>> if it's argument was never set?
thank you, stuart.
in the interest of wrapping up the archive of this thread on topic, may i
in a statement like:
if $something is not set, i.e. isset($something) would, in the same context,
evaluate to false, the statement WILL NOT trigger an error at any level or
throw an exception.
the reason i ask is this: sometimes it's important to unset a variable at a
position in a script where as programmer i don't know if the variable is set
or not. session variables are good examples. i sure don't what reports of
such unsets in my php error logs. but i also don't want to do:
if (isset($something)) unset($something);
if i don't need to.
and the answer is: i don't.
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