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From: sagar N Chand <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: Thu, Sep 27, 2001 at 06:01:26PM +0530
Message-ID: <005101c14750$c3189b10$0101a8c0@inferno>
Subject: Re: [PHP] Variable declaration

> its really a big headache with compilers like c bugging all the way just for 
>declarations.
> its cooool to have the freedom of using any variable at any place wherever v want in 
>bet
> ween the code. chao of PHP. 
> 
> /sagar

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I think it's just a matter of preference. I like this, you like
that. No harm to that. That's why I proposed the
E_EXPLICIT_DECLARATION. That way I can choose to use it, and you can
leave it for what it is. Kinda like what Perl does with "use
strict;". If you don't like being forced to declare every variable
before you use it, you just don't type "use strict;" at the start of
your script. People like me, who do like to do that, _do_ use that
option. Everyone gets it his/her way and it bothers noone.

But anyway... I don't think they'll ever implement this, so (...)

NOTE:
PHP Rulz and this is just a small thing that doesn't change anything
to the superb power of PHP webbuilding! :)

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