Mattias Thorslund wrote:
Hadn't paid much attention to the issue until reading a previous discussion on the topic, here on this list. After that, I decided to be consistent and leave the closing ?> out in all include files.

To my eyes, ?> means "look there is more content coming", which seems kind of silly when there isn't.

For mixed HTML/PHP files I add the ?> but for source only files I leave it off.

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