Hi everyone,

                            As we all know, count() returns 1 if the variable 
is not an array.
Question is: why in the world does it this? If a variable is *notA* an array, 
it contains *zero* array elements.
You can answer: "but no, man, you can say
$y=$x{3}; // $y="l"

so the variable is treated or can be treated as an array".
Well. If strings are treated like arrays, why count($x) doesn't return 5 
instead of 1?
Just asking.

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