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[PHP] Re: variable variable syntax change?




On 15 Apr 2016 at 00:54, Jeffry Killen <jekillen@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: 

> Hi;
>
> Q: Did the variable variable syntax change in php v 5.6x?
>
> I am aware it has changed in v 7.0
>
> (or is there probably something else wrong with my code?
> Something has gone haywire and I am not getting any errors
> accept for the browser complaining the css is sent as text/plain instead
> of text/css. That is because the reference to the css source is not
> happening.
> That is because the variable variable references are failing,
> apparently)
>
> I have code that has been working fine until I got a copy of the site
> and installed it on a local  FreeBSD server with php v 5.6.0
>
> There are references to an array containing array names as strings
> that are supposed to fetch the values in the arrays indicated by array
> name as a string.
>
> Further, these are associative arrays that can be used as a database to
> access values by string index.
>
> $_subLst = ${self::$_arrayNames[$_dep]};
> print "sub: ".$_subLst."\n"; //// $_subLst is empty

Is a header being put out? Something like:

     header ('Content-Type: text/css; charset=utf-8');


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Cheers  --  Tim

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