why does this simple counter fail?

Gary Kline kline at thought.org
Thu Mar 24 18:53:42 UTC 2011

On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 11:47:16AM -0500, Ryan Coleman wrote:
> Do you have an error for it?
> If not... add after the first <?
> error_reporting(9);
> And see what it reports.
> --
> Ryan
> PHP dev.

	save the bandwidth...

Ok, i added the error_reporting line to both scripts.  No change
from the count.php, and the same output as prev from my script that
tries to pick a random entry from some 70 quotes.  here is what the
randomquote.php scipt output onto the home page:

Last updated:
17 February, 2011

echo "err-9 line below:\n"; $number-1){ // If ran out of quotes,
start again! $num=0; } if (file_exists($directory.$quotecountfile))
{ $nu = fopen ($directory.$quotecountfile, "w"); fputs($nu,$num); }
else { die("Cant Find $quotecountfile"); } } ?>

Note that i added the echo line just now.  

Having a quote isn't as meaningful as giving users the latest
pagecount.  That still fails without any errors.  


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