Arhh man, that was embarrasing...
Thanks! I guess I didn't get enough coffee this morning :/
Cc Zona wrote:
> In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Thomas Wentzel) wrote:
> > $test=@file("some_non_existing_file");
> > Can somebody explain why count($test) is 1. When $test doesn't hold any
> > data
> From <http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.count.php>:
> "If var is not an array, 1 will be returned"
> When file() failed to open your non-existing file, it returned false. False
> isn't an array, so count() returned 1.
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