Sometimes my brain gets tired of verifying that every line is correct, and I find myself jumping from function declaration to function declaration before they’re complete, relying on PHP to tell me if I miss something once I run the whole schamoli.
That’s when you get something like this:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘;’, expecting T_FUNCTION in C:\Users\Randy\Documents\CED\ycake\app\controllers\admin_controller.php on line 856
Line 856 is where I close my class file up; somewhere along the way I’ve neglected to close a bracket or forgot a semicolon, and things ain’t gonna work ’til I find it.
Somewhere in 856 lines of code.
Oops! Time to power up the brain, I guess. He probably should’ve been involved from the start.