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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PHP Error
This error means that the program doesn't understand the code you wrote.
If you are lucky the error points to the file and the line number where PHP got confused. Sometimes PHP points directly at the error, but other times PHP is confused as a result of an earlier error in the script.
Welcome to the great world of PHP.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
T_STRING is a string error. It usually means one of two things.
1. The string is formatted incorrectly. In your case check on line 4. Make sure if you have a ' that you close it with a '. Same with ". Close all " with another " somewhere. Make sure line 4 ends wth semi-colon ;
2. Usually this is the case. The line above the string it states doesn't have a semi-colon to complete the statement. In your case, check that line 3 ends with a ;
That is why it says unexpected T_STRING which means "unexpected string". The string on line 4 is unexpected because line 3 wasn't closed properly.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: PHP Parse error
Do you have a problem in your own web page or what?
This mistake frequently occurs when a particular quote is
present in a string delimited by the same kind of quotes,
echo 'apple API';
In such situations the PHP interpreter does not know when he
starts and ends where the chain. The solution is to "escape"
quotes problem by being preceded by a backslash
echo 'apple d \' api ';
In the same way for the double quotes
echo "said Jacques \" Hello! \ "";
The PHP parser generally indicates the line where
the error occurred.
This error may also be due to the oblivion
of a semi-colon (;) at the end of the investigation
into the previous line ...
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Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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