Thank you for your reply, but that is not it.
I took it down to
Total code, and got nothing, blank screen. (this is just a silly exercise
where I was going to input a date of birth and produce age in seconds) When
I put the exact same code on my other machine, it showed numbers and
calculations, most important, it showed something at all.
This is an issue with configuration or settings somewhere, or perhaps my
XAMPP is corrupt.
Thank you for your reply.
"Michiel Sikma" <mich...@thingmajig.org> wrote in message
> On 25 April 2010 00:45, Gary <g...@paulgdesigns.com> wrote:
>> What would cause a machine not to read/process php?
>> I have a laptop that I have been ever increasing using for php scripting.
>> I decided to do a simple experiment, it started out something like:
>> echo $seconds;
>> echo $minutes;
>> echo $hours;
>> echo $days;
> A text editor with syntax highlighting would certainly help. There's a
> double quote " right in front of the $hours variable on the fourth line.
> That's an unterminated string literal, a syntax error, which would cause
> to abort entirely. Your php's error log probably has a message in it to
> The reason why you got a number of different results is probably because
> added another double quote further down in later versions.
> But if that's somehow not it, post the entire source code of your file on
> site like http://pastie.org/ so we can have a closer look.
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