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The use of the undefined constant REQUEST_URI

$_SERVER[REQUEST_URI] is syntactically incorrect and AFAIK will not run on a default installation of PHP 5. The array index is a string so it needs to be passed strings. I know PHP 4 converted undefined constants to strings inside the square brackets but it's still not good practice.

EDIT: Well unless you define a constant called REQUEST_URI in your example script,  $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] is the standard method and what you should be using.

$_SERVER["REQUEST_URI"] also works and while not wrong is slightly more work for the PHP interpreter so unless you need to parse it for variables it should not be used.

Shubham Tuesday 23 September 2014 - 5:58 pm | | Default

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