At 11:06 AM +0100 4/12/11, Stuart Dallas wrote:
On Tuesday, 12 April 2011 at 10:36, Joe Francis wrote:
eh, I just want to get a shortcut like


 $id = isset($_GET['id']) ? $_GET['id'] : 0;


 BTW, I'm using PHP5.3+, thanks bros.

http://stut.net/2011/04/12/php-snippet-array-element-access/

-Stuart

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Stuart Dallas

Stuart:

Interesting and nice idea (your snippets). I'm sure it's easier for you to read, but my first thought about V() is huh? In truth, it would take me a while to get used to it and if I came across it in someone else's code I would find it more confusing than a ternary operator.

Questions:

1. Why "V"? Does that stand for Variable?

2. Why the "()" in:

$var = (isset($_GET['var']) ? $_GET['var']) : '');

Why not?

$var = isset($_GET['var']) ? $_GET['var']) : '';

3. Are the "Ramblings of a random software engineer" the "Ramblings of a random-software engineer" or the "Ramblings of a random software-engineer" ?

Cheers,

tedd

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