95% of all code makes me cry. The other 5% are white space.
/* Incorrect Method: */ if($a > $b): echo $a." is greater than ".$b; else if($a == $b): // Will not compile. echo "The above line causes a parse error."; endif; /* Correct Method: */ if($a > $b): echo $a." is greater than ".$b; elseif($a == $b): // Note the combination of the words. echo $a." equals ".$b; else: echo $a." is neither greater than or equal to ".$b; endif;
Yes. Because a slight typo in the syntax SHOULD make a fundamental difference in semantics.comments powered by Disqus
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