In an attempt to solve one problem I encountered another. I would like to have an easy and memorable way of creating unique error numbers, across projects and across developers. The scheme I came up ...
I have a custom made Framework (written in PHP). It all works very good, but i have some doubts about a certain thing. Right now when a user call this url for example: http://host.com/user/edit/12 ...
I recently turned all possible error-messages on with error_reporting(-1);, on my PHP project. Of course, right away I got alot of messages. For example: Notice: Undefined variable: foo in ...
Why do many PHP Devs hate using isset() and/or any of PHP's similarly defensive functions like empty()?
Over on stackoverflow, I see this issue crop up all the time: E_NOTICE ?== E_DEBUG, avoiding isset() and @ with more sophisticated error_handler How to set PHP not to check undefind index for ...