On Tuesday, April 23, 2002, at 11:46 AM, Rouvas Stathis wrote:
> Preventing namespace pollution...now you convince me.
> I used the term "lazy programming" without explaining what I meant,
> hence the misunderstanding. I refer to "lazy programming" in the sense
> of not properly and thoroughly checking user input, or as I believe, any
> input from external to you code sources. If you don't do that I don't
> believe that anything will save you. Promoting superglobals as a
> security enhanchment, no I don't buy that.
Yes, two different interpretations of laziness.
The coder must still be vigillant regarding user input, and check
everything. But superglobals, imho do tend to reduce the sloppiness of
the final code.
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Media Lab, H.H. Brown
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