On Friday, April 5, 2002, at 02:50  AM, Miguel Cruz wrote:

> Certain characters have special meanings in string literals (that is,
> strings you explicitly type into your PHP source code) but if you get 
> them
> in via other means (reading from file, reading from form submissions,
> etc.) then they are not treated specially.

I have heard of string 'literals' and numeric 'literals' -- and now I 
learn that they are different from, for instance, strings read from a 
file or accepted from a form.  Is there a resource that discusses these 
different programming constructs?  The PHP manual mentions string 
literals but assumes that the reader already knows what they are (i.e., 
doesn't define them opposed to other types of inputs -- 



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

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