you sure you're only smoking cigarettes?

has to be one of the most random replies to any php thread I've ever
seen - awesome!


Rene Veerman wrote:
> yea i'm not the only one with those type of problems. sometimes times
> slows down in my room so much not even my speakers sound normal
> anymore; equipment that doesn't work (despite being crappy and known
> by it's patterns of refusal to work; still EXTRA abnormal since about
> a week or so)...
> it sounds like the "who's reading my passwords with me while i type 'm
> in... === 'is there anyone looking over my shoulder despite no living
> humans even in my entire properly locked room (with strong walls)'....
> the idea here is; take a break. work on a different project for a week
> or so, but the best idea is; move around through the country side and
> realize that your car will get gas at every gasstation... check your
> atm cards, but not your online banking account status, just to buy a
> pack of cigarettes with an atm card. and then, buy not 1 or 2 packs of
> your favorite smokes(cigarettes in this case), but buy 10 packs with
> that card, and make sure you have enough good old cash that you know
> to be truely valid (coins are best) to get just "2 large packs of
> cigarettes"..
> things like that will give you the confidence you need to proceed on
> your project i think..
> the #1 rule i use (when you dont yet have any need for a #0 rule or a
> #-1 rule (dont add those lightly and never on a whim or hope of being
> saved from death in the next 5 minutes)) is: truely honest living
> humans should never use the same type of lie construct in the same
> type of situation for the second time within at least 1 to 3 weeks..
> but hey, necessity may require you to break any rule...
> rules? only guidelines are usefull ;) (pirates of the caribean #1 movie)
> On Sat, Apr 3, 2010 at 1:05 AM, Andre Polykanine <> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> It's quite simple but I'm still stuck.
>> What I need is the following: I have an array as a parameter of my
>> custom function. However, I'd like to allow users to enter a string
>> instead of an array. In this case (if the parameter is a string), it
>> must be replaced with an array containing only one item - actually,
>> that string.
>> What I'm doing gives me (presumably) errors;
>> function Send ($tonames, $toemails, $subject, $message) {
>> ...
>> if ((!is_array($tonames)) || (!is_array($toemails))) {
>> $tonames[]=$tonames;
>> $toemails[]=$toemails;
>> }
>> I can't give the new array a new name since I address it further in a
>> loop as my function's parameter... hope you understand what I'm
>> saying)
>> Thanks!
>> --
>> With best regards from Ukraine,
>> Andre
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