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  • Gellpak
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    yea, this looks like a very good idea

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  • krs-one
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    standards

    The PEAR standards are basically a way to follow coding instructions so that other PEAR followers can eaisly read your code and such.

    I find it very useful.

    Just my $0.02.
    -Vic

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  • Gellpak
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    im looking at it, would be good to define a set way of coding, but im not seeing the true purpose of it....

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  • Mark Hensler
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    anyone here follow the PEAR Coding Standards?

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  • krs-one
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    what i would suggest doing...

    Heres what I suggest:

    If you have a question on the syntax of the code, first, try it and see if it works or not.

    Then consult the PHP manual (easily found at www.php.net), they have a forum there that is just for PHP syntax. Then, if you can not find the answer, then come and ask us.

    But just try your idea first.

    Thanks,
    -Vic

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  • Sean
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    It shouldn't ever really matter how PHP code is spaced. It is parsed either way.

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  • kdog316
    started a topic question

    question

    when i add code to a code that ends liek this } or this { and the code i am adding starts like this
    //blablabla do i need a blank line between the two or does it not matter and also if the code i add starts like this if.... do i need to do the same thing
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