I guess the best solution would be to fix the error that the system is
reporting... you're using a constance that is not defined. Now, this
could mean that (a) you really meant to define a constant and you forgot
(or didn't include the right file) or (b) you typed the name of a
variable without the leading $ sign.
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On Thu, 2002-11-07 at 17:23, R B wrote:
> When i set display_errors = On and error_reporting = E_ALL in my php.ini,
> i get the next message for each variable that i use in the script:
> "Notice: Use of undefined constant varname ....."
> How is the best solution for this problem, setting error_reporting = E_ALL
> & ~E_NOTICE or other method?
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