On Sat, 2002-03-30 at 17:30, Ernesto wrote:
> Hi, newbie here.
> I was erroneously using "error_reporting=E_ALL ~E_NOTICE" on my debug
> Now, I changed it to "error_reporting=E_ALL" and I can see lots of warnings
> about using undefined variables.
> So, if I don't want to see warnings all over the place, I have to check
> every variable with isset() before I use it.
> Is it necesary that I do this all the time? Why can't I trust on the
> "emptiness" of uninitialized variables?
> I'm using "register_globals=Off", so there should be no problem with that.
> I know it's a good practice to declare and initialize all variables, but I
> need my scripts to run as fast as they can (and I'm too lazy to check every
> variable before I use it, too :-)
> So... do I have any choice?
Not really. You either have to init your variables or turn off notices
in error_reporting() (or otherwise suppress them; i.e. display_errors =
Torben Wilson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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