On Tuesday, February 12, 2002, at 11:24  AM, Nick Wilson wrote:

> Hi all
> Can anyone see any reason why this function does not appear to be
> returning true? It appears to be returning 1 though?
> [snip snip]
>         if(!$this->_db_connect()) {
>             return FALSE;
>         }
>         if(!($result=mysql_query($qry))) {
>             return FALSE;
>         } else {


Hm.  I can't answer your question, but I'd like to ask you one.  I've 
been using 'return 1' or 'return 0' in my function calls -- is there an 
advantage to using 'TRUE' or 'FALSE' rather than numbers?  In other 
words, why did you choose to do it the way you did?



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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