Note that using strings without quotes generates a warning that is not
displayed in the default configuration of PHP. The message looks like
"Warning: Use of undefined constant anyString - assumed 'anyString' in
test.php on line 3"
(line 3: echo anyString;)
If you want to see these warnings, set
    error_reporting = E_ALL
instead of
    error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE
in php.ini

--- "Jason Bell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote


I'm trying to compare two strings, and performa function if the are the
same.  Easy right?  I thought so until I tried it...

$query = "select type from images where id=$id";
$result = mysql_query($query);
$type = mysql_result($result,0,"type");
print $type;
if (image/pjpeg == $type) { print "Type is JPG"; };


Warning: Division by zero in /home/daelic/www/photo/mkthumb.php on line 8

Any idea on why this won't work?



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