Actually, the error_reporting is set to E_ALL and was set to E_ALL in
the previous version, too.  I found out they added the Uninitialized
string offset in Version 4.1.0 (see
<http://www.php.net/ChangeLog-4.php>).  I just wanted to know what this
error means.  Anyway, I think I'll just add a "@" sign to supporess


Chris Hewitt wrote:
> Uri,
> Sounds like the error reporting is set to E_ALL on the new php version
> and was set at a lower level before. The error indicates that the
> variable has not specfically been assigned a value before being used.
> Chris
> Uri Even-Chen wrote:
> >After upgrading to Red Hat Linux 7.3 (which also includes a new PHP
> >version), I saw this warning (Uninitialized string offset) on my apache
> >error log files. It refers to a line which was perfectly legal before:
> >
> >   if
> >
> >I always use isset to check if a variable is defined. Do you know why I
> >get this warning?


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