Re: [PHP-DB] mysql errors .... or php errors ????

2001-06-29 Thread CC Zona
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Steve Brett) wrote: 'invalid index test assumed 'test' in test.php at line 13' can't remember the exact syntax but that's the general idea. if i quote the var when i reference it the error goes away. like $arow['test'] as opposed to

RE: [PHP-DB] mysql errors .... or php errors ????

2001-06-29 Thread Steve Brett
the code wasn't mine. it was a drop in message board. Steve -Original Message- From: Jason k Larson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 28 June 2001 11:12 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] mysql errors or php errors Another thought came to mind

Re: [PHP-DB] mysql errors .... or php errors ????

2001-06-28 Thread Jason k Larson
Another thought came to mind. These errors could be the result of verbose error reporting by PHP. php.ini or a script could be setting error reporting high enough to display these errors, however it's extremely poor PHP coding syntax to not correctly quote everything (except constants, of