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Old 08-07-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Programming PHP - Implicit OOO In Error Catching Structure

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I have written on other occasions, you can learn more seeing errors others commit, whatever their cause, which can be more instructive than simply spelling out how to do it correctly. It simply might be the relief of not finding oneself trapped in the same predicament that makes the lesson more likely to stick. This time it was the try / catch code syntax that trapped me. It seemed too transparent and too easily understood, which resulted in my missing a critical aspect. That is today's topic of discussion.



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