That will teach me to go off of what books (SAMS, Dreamweaver) say before
searching the internet.  Everything that I have read in books and the
developers that I have talked to take the long way around for debugging.
They write stuff to standard out over and over again until they find the
logical error!  Ouch.

Thanks for the correction Hans.  

Does anybody else develop PHP here?  What do you use for your IDE/Editor?

Aaron Bartell

-----Original Message-----
From: Hans Boldt [mailto:boldt@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2003 10:41 AM
To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [WEB400] Re: InfoWorld: "Developers show their independent
streak , favoring Web-based apps"

Bartell, Aaron L. (TC) wrote:
> Here's what I don't get.  I am picking up PHP (mentioned in the article)
> right now on the side and it is an easy enough language, but it seems to
> lack fundamental pieces like step through debugging.  How are these
> languages making it if they don't have some of these basic functional
> requirements.  Or maybe they aren't functional requirements for others -
> they are in my book.
> Just thinking out loud.
> Aaron Bartell

Well, I've never done any PHP programming, but I know how to use 
Google. A Google search on "PHP debugging" yielded about 638,000 
hits. Were none of those pages useful?

Cheers! Hans

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