The 5th Annual China PHP Conference

Adding a note to the manual

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  • Good notes rise to the top as they are voted up; this makes them easier to find.
  • Poor notes fall to the bottom and are faded out to discourage their use; after certain threshold they are removed.
  • Any form of spam is removed immediately.

User Contributed Notes 3 notes

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Anonymous
1 year ago

eval() is the best for all sorts of things

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rasmus () lerdorf ! com
2 days ago

If eval() is the answer, you're almost certainly asking the wrong question.

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spam () spam ! spam
1 hour ago

egg bacon sausage spam spam baked beans

Thou shall not enter! (No, really, don't)

  • Bug reports & Missing documentation Instead report a bug for this manual page to the bug database.
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  • Code collaboration or improvements This is not to suggest that your code snippet is bad; this is simply not the place to show it off. You should publish elsewhere (perhaps on your blog).
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  • Complaints that your notes keep getting deleted Most likely you didn't bother to read this page and you violated one of these rules.
  • Notes in languages other than English 不 gach duine понимает el lenguaje जिसमें Sie sprechen.
  • Your disdain for PHP and/or its maintainers Go learn FORTRAN instead.

User notes may be edited or deleted for any reason, whether in the list above or not!

Email address conversion

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Formatting

Note that HTML tags are not allowed in the posts, but the note formatting is preserved. URLs will be turned into clickable links, PHP code blocks enclosed in the PHP tags <?php and ?> will be source highlighted automatically. So always enclose PHP snippets in these tags. Double-check that your note appears as you want during the preview; that's why it is there!

Additional information

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It may take up to an hour for your note to appear in the documentation.

The SPAM challenge requires numbers to written out in English, so, an appropriate answer may be nine but not 9.

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