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PHP notice
I recently turned on displaying notices aswell as other errors in PHP. I started to get a notice that says

"Notice: Undefined index: blah blah blah"

It's telling me I have an undefined index for all of my variables that are transfered through the URL



Therefore, undefined index: page

"Notice: Use of undefined constant 1 - assumed '1'"

And so when I try to access these things I'm getting forbidden to access.

So the question is, how do I define these? or is it even worth wasting my time on?

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JoFrRi: Aug 21, 2005, 7:06 AM
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Re: [JoFrRi] PHP notice In reply to
As the saying goes.. "if it works, don't fix it!" .. I think this applies here <G> Unless there is a major problem with the script functioning (or another problem arising from the errors, which is more perminant).

I can't say I've ever had that problem :/


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