On 01/03/2013 09:25 AM, Marc Guay wrote:
Hi Tedd,

A little searching enlightened me to the fact that in other languages,
a single | or&  operator will cancel the short-circuiting so all of
the evaluations are done before proceeding.  However, they don't seem
to exist in PHP so in your example it behaves the same as ||...?



In PHP | is not a logical operator, it is a bitwise operator. It is used to flip bits in binary data. Not to be used in a logical condition statement.


Jim Lucas


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