On Tue, Feb 07, 2012 at 11:50:45AM -0800, Micky Hulse wrote:

> Was there ever a time when having a comma at the end of the last array
> element was not acceptable in PHP?
> I just did a few quick tests:
> <https://gist.github.com/1761490>
> ... and it looks like having that comma ain't no big deal.
> I can't believe that I always thought that having the trailing comma
> was a no-no in PHP (maybe I picked that up from my C++ classes in
> college? I just don't remember where I picked up this (bad) habit).
> I would prefer to have the trailing comma... I just can't believe I
> have avoided using it for all these years.
> Thanks!
> Micky

I've always avoided trailing array commas, but only because I was under
the impression that leaving one there would append a blank array member
to the array, where it might be problematic. Yes? No?


Paul M. Foster

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