On 11-05-31 02:54 PM, Daniel Brown wrote:
On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 14:56, Robert Cummings<rob...@interjinn.com>  wrote:

Personally, I prefer the exception. Logically, I can take 0 from something
an infinite number of times... zero seems a far cry from this. To properly
determine the intent of a division by zero, I think the programmer SHOULD
have to handle it.

Personally, I don't see 0 as acceptable. It suggests improper boundary

     I'd like to see a patch against the core, or perhaps a PECL
module, that allows the use of explode() with empty parameters, which
will then cause the physical machine on which the code is hosted to
detonate itself.  Unfortunately, it's unlikely we'll see that in the
5.3 branch.

Sounds like feature blowt!

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