At 10:48 AM -0300 10/6/09, Martin Scotta wrote:
No matter how silly it can looks like (a = a++) it is still completely valid code and it SHOULD run without problems.
Yeah, it's a valid as: $a = $a; and does the same thing, which is nothing. If you want a statement that does something, then use: $a = ++$a; or simply: $a++; or ++$a; Any of those will increment $a, whereas ($a = $a++;) does nothing. Cheers, tedd -- ------- http://sperling.com http://ancientstones.com http://earthstones.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php