On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 01:22:10AM -0400, Paul M Foster wrote: > I recently installed some code written for a PHP 5 environment on a > server which I thought was running PHP 5. It was a form which should > ... > would issue a syntax warning or something similar. Is there some way I > can squeeze some identifiable error code out of PHP 4 to indicate it's > hit PHP 5 code it doesn't understand?
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