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Default How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 11:11 AM






Ok, this is a total rookie questions, but I REM PHP code? For example,
in html, you use <!-- code -->

Thanks!

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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 11:33 AM






<?PHP
// will rem a single line

/* will rem a block of lines like this */

?>

HTH,

Jon
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Ok, this is a total rookie questions, but I REM PHP code? For example,
in html, you use <!-- code --

Thanks!

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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 12:10 PM



Quote:
?PHP
// will rem a single line

/* will rem a block of lines like this */

?

HTH,
I am intrigued. What does REM stand for? DW calls it 'insert comment'.

(HTH, I guess is 'hope this helps'?)

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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 12:12 PM





Quote:
I am intrigued. What does REM stand for? DW calls it 'insert comment'.

(HTH, I guess is 'hope this helps'?)

remark. In various versions of Basic and other programming languages, a
remark was entered like this:

REM comment goes here



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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 12:17 PM



Quote:
remark. In various versions of Basic and other programming languages, a
remark was entered like this:

REM comment goes here
Thank you!

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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 12:55 PM



Thank you for that!

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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 01:00 PM



no worries mate.


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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 01:16 PM



TrueBasic was my absolute favorite of the "basics." :-)

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"Alan" <dont_mail_me_period (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote

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I am intrigued. What does REM stand for? DW calls it 'insert comment'.

(HTH, I guess is 'hope this helps'?)


remark. In various versions of Basic and other programming languages, a
remark was entered like this:

REM comment goes here




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Default Re: How to REM PHP code - 08-23-2006 , 05:05 PM



On Wed, 23 Aug 2006 13:16:06 -0400, "Shane H"
<shane (AT) NOSPAMavenuedesigners (DOT) com> wrote:

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TrueBasic was my absolute favorite of the "basics." :-)

I preferred GWBasic. ;-)

Gary


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