What does “=>” mean in PHP?
What does “=>” mean in PHP?
Reference - What does this symbol mean in PHP?
var $hasAndBelongsToMany => array('Member' => 'User');
What does the sign => m...
@YiJiang I see, I'll look into it (hint: that's a generic term to mean I'm not too bothered by the status quo and unless you poke me again I'll forget about it; I have quite the busy February, or at least, I'm supposed to)
@badp, ok. I'm falling out of love with the /review page. There's no way to say "this is ok, I don't want to see it again". And I don't like the feeling of having to review stuff that others have already done the work for :(
This isn't about garbage collection, it's about scope.
In PHP, for loops do not create their own scope. $i is created in the same scope as the loop, so it still exists after the loop ends. It's not going to be garbage collected any more than a variable you declare on the line before the loop wou...
This is the goal funnel for checkout. Does anyone have any idea where the "/" is coming from? The cart page is at site: game on glove dot com (I don't want this stackoverflow page being indexed in google particularly well).
Go to the site, click on the order button, make your selection, and cl...
Firecane refers to a hypothetical confluence of meteorological and man-made disasters, whereby a hurricane crossing an oil-laden expanse of water generates lightning which ignites the flammable fossil fuel, creating a vortex of fire. A fearful imagining born of recent cataclysms in the Gulf of Mexico, the term has gained currency in New Orleans, the city inundated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and which in 2010 was near the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Lightning strikes from thunderstorms may cause isolated fires, as happened on a drill ship near the spill.
Another proposed sc...
I have found out that it's much easier to write good questions on SO than it is to write good SO-change suggestions on MSO. I posted a suggestion to a change. It is upvoted many times but has no answers, so I actually don't know if people agree with my or if they just like that I bring up the problem.
I suggest that the tag osx is changed to mac-os-x.
The problem is now that many questions are about Mac OS X but when the author starts writing the tags with mac there is only a tag mac but the osx tag would be more appropriate in most cases for developers on StackOverflow, and there is no mac-o...
I've seen a number of reports of special characters breaking links, some of which seem to get fixes, others seem to be tagged "status-by-design". I didn't see any indicating that the $ sign wasn't working so I thought I'd report it. I tried to link to:
I have also tried a few times to write it as a question, and then make the suggested solution as an answer. Then someone else post an answer. But my feeling in this cases is that people mostly don't upvote people that answer their own questions.
@Jonas, discussing it here is a good way, you've got two mods in here right now :) That aside, devs are more likely to check out the bug and feature-request tags than discussion. But I think your question is more mod-related than dev-related anyway.
Reputation gain from edits to tag wikis appear through the API; the API reports them as answers, but fetching them via the /answers route does not work.
Case in point:
My accepted edit (+2 rep)
My reputation report via the API:
I was typing a question on http://stackoverflow.com, after I typed the title, as you know, many questions pop up to show me the related/same ones depending on the title to prevent replication, but today, a new red warning popped up saying "This question seems to be subjective and might be clo...
Whitespaces are generally ignored in PHP syntax, but there are several places where you cannot put them without affecting the sense (and the result).
One example is:
$a = 5.5; // five and a half (float)
$b = 5 . 5; // "55" (string)
Do you know of any other examples?
i was doing an application using extjs..
but then i realized my site is not performing good enough.
in order to load it i have to refresh it twice or thrice.....
but eventually it's being loaded but that's not desirable right?
can any one please check it out and tell me why isn'...
hi im trying to make a website when user inserts username and goes to insert password
when change the username input to password's run username function to check if this username has already exist or not.
i know how this function doing.
<input type="text" onkeyup="check_user(this.va...
@TimPost, I think its survival is touch-and-go at the moment. There are quite a lot of hurdles/things that could go wrong. The subjective thing I mentioned; the potential for trolling/flamewars on a pretty sensitive subject; the fact that - I'd say - atheism is actually a pretty narrow subject area, but adjacent to lots of enormous ones.
I guess the difference between an atheists site and a religious site is that one is subjective discussion about a rational philosophy, and the other is rational discussion about a subjective philosophy :)
@YiJiang oh, I assumes you were using a templating library, Prototype has one very similar. What I meant was the ability to click a message, the pop-in functionality, that you thought to make it minimizable, you did a really nice job!
This isn't a direct answer to the "Firearms question", but the concept is important to consider:
The days of successfully creating sites solely from existing audience that frequents Area 51 are just about over. The original Stack Overflow-driven crowd is all but tapped out of interests; that is ...
> "I once saw a nature special in which some insect or other dragged some other dead insect somewhere then turned around and dug a whole for it to bury it but the researchers moved the dead insect a bit while it was digging so it had to drag it back but while it did they filled in the hole and back and forth this insect went indefinitely until a PETA sniper took out the researchers."