Realistically, there is no difference. It is *slightly* quicker to parse,
but thats about it.
I think it was introduced to satisfy those that have used this type of
syntax in other languages, like C and Perl (which users elsif).
I usually use elseif as its a bit nicer looking (IMHO)
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From: "Martin Towell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: [PHP] Quick question
> what is the technical difference between using
> else if
> Are they interpretted the same internally?
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