Re: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread Evan Nemerson
The comma just concatenates the two. The brackets don't seem to do much of anything... echo trtd$strName/td/tr.htmlspecialchars( $teststr ); seems to be the same... PS sorry to everyone who got an eMail with a screwed up time- I forgot to fix the clock after i re-installed winblows

Re: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread Kevin Stone
Curly braces {} are sometimes required for PHP to properly parse variables within quoted strings. Good example might be defining variable-variables within a quoted string ${$myvarvar}. However I do not believe that curly braces are required in this particular string. As for the comma I

RE: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread Demitrious S. Kelly
I think someone working on learning php after learning C was a little too printf() happy :) -Original Message- From: B i g D o g [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 3:34 PM To: PHP GEN Subject: [PHP] Comma question Tried to check the archive, but it is offline...

Re: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread B i g D o g
... .: B i g D o G :. - Original Message - From: Kevin Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: B i g D o g [EMAIL PROTECTED]; PHP GEN [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 5:00 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] Comma question Curly braces {} are sometimes required for PHP to properly parse variables

RE: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread Martin Towell
thought of doing that, I alway's broke out of the quotes to do object dereferencing. Should make my future code more readable I think... Martin -Original Message- From: B i g D o g [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 9:06 AM To: PHP GEN Subject: Re: [PHP] Comma question

Re: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread Justin French
on 23/07/02 8:34 AM, B i g D o g ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: What does the , and {} do in this type of statement? Example: echo trtd{$strName}/td/tr, htmlspecialchars( $teststr ); Not sure about the comma, but the {braces} are easy. They help separate the $vars from other stuff in the

Re: [PHP] Comma question

2002-07-22 Thread Miguel Cruz
On Mon, 22 Jul 2002, B i g D o g wrote: I figured that the comma was to concatenate but is was wondering if the parser handled it different. The comma isn't actually for concatenation. The net effect is the same in this case, but a very different thing is happening. echo hello , there;