NYPHP – PHundamentals – Variable Evaluation – “Evaluating a variable, whether it is generated by a script or input by a user, turns out to be somewhat more complicated than one might suspect. The focus here will be on determining whether the variable contains something; if it does, then additional tests will normally be necessary to determine whether it contains something meaningful.”
Archives for October 2004
This should be required reading for anyone who uses the Web: Google Help : Cheat Sheet
An interesting commentary on the upcoming election, and the unlikely, though constitutionally possible, situation that electoral shedding could elevate a person who is not running for president to the top spot: Tech Central Station – Tie Goes to the…
> Interested in becoming president this year? If so, hope for an electoral college tie. With an unlikely, but plausible, perfect tie — 269 electoral votes for both George W. Bush and John Kerry — anyone meeting the Constitutional qualifications for president could end up president. Here’s how.
Sarah and I just got back from early voting, and while it took an hour, it was time well spent.
Don’t forget to vote today (the last day for early voting in Texas), or on Tuesday!