> That's because isset() is expecting a variable, not a function. In your
> first example, you're trying to see if a function is set, not a
> variable. In your second example, you're doing it right...
> ---John Holmes...

That actually makes sense once I thought about it, a function referencing a
variable, or reference to a variable is in no way the same as a variable.


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