Re: To ?> or not to ?>

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Larry Garfield wrote:

Most major projects at this point leave it off, and their coding
standards say to as well. The official PHP docs are generally
non-commital by design, but outside of those I think it's pretty
well-established to just leave it off and be happy.

--Larry Garfield

Well, the preference doesn't really matter to me... my point of question
was the use of ob_start, etc..

The books I've read in PHP also call for ending '?>', so it's being
taught to PHP'ers whether the php list and major projects likes it or not. I was wondering about the lists opinion on the use of ob_start, ob_end_flush regarding this topic.


D Brooke

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