There has been one thing that has driven me crazy since the begining days of my php programming. I understand that using @ to suppress errors can be useful. But what I don’t understand is why php would ever want to suppress a fatal error. Normally if @function() causes a fatal error, the error will [...]
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Setting constraints and rules in the database is better than writing special code to handle the same task since it will prevent another developer from writing a different query that bypasses all of the special code and could leave your database with poor data integrity.
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This is an idea to help with CyTE, but I’d like to start seeing this idea applied to other web-based software as well. Having an interface to update the software easily and keep a revision history would help web-based apps become closer to desktop apps. Programs like Adobe Flash Player will check for updates periodically, [...]
I like to think of programming languages as tools. It’s always best to use the right tool for the job… but sometimes there isn’t a choice.
Say you have 4 hammers in the toolbox, a JSP hammer, a php hammer, a Ruby hammer, and a Python hammer. The Ruby and Python hammers are nice looking [...]