On Wednesday 24 October 2001 19:26, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> Hm, is the default attribute necessary?  I've used this sort of
> approach without the default attribute just fine in the past. 
> Though I admit that the default attribute would make me feel more
> secure.

Not really necessary, but I like to make code without any warning 
message (it also makes the code more cleaner as you said), and you'll 
get a warning message if there's no parameter given at the function 
call (without the default value). 

> At 10:30 AM 10/24/2001, Arpad Tamas wrote:
> >On Wednesday 24 October 2001 19:14, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> >
> >The default value for $image parameter was missing:
> > > function top ($image="defaultvalue") {
> > >          if ($image=="defaultvalue") echo "blah blah blah";
> > >          else echo "blah blah $image blah";
> > > }
> >
> >         Arpi

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