I remember the 6th commandment of C Programmers,
If a function be advertised to return an error code in the event of difficulties, thou shalt check for that code, yea, even though the checks triple the size of thy code and produce aches in thy typing fingers, for if thou thinkest ``it cannot happen to me'', the gods shall surely punish thee for thy arrogance.
Especially since I'm the one being punished for anothers dickheadedness!
I really wish PHP had exception handling, WAIT !!! (a quick google of the reference manual later), PHP 5 added them, YKYMF! I smell a few additions to my utility library... unless what I need has already been universally implemented by someone hehe.
And in likewise reflection upon The 10 Commandments of C Programmers:
Thou shalt check the array bounds of all strings (indeed, all arrays), for surely where thou typest ``foo'' someone someday shall type ``supercalifragilisticexpialidocious''.
Some people just don't know how true that is!
Thumbing through the annotated edition, I can't help but chuckle at this... And hope such a thing befalls the bastard that did this to me lol.
verily there be many, many ancient systems in the world, and it is the decree of the dreaded god Murphy that thy next employment just might be on one. While thou sleepest, he plotteth against thee. Awake and take care.
Ok, so maybe I am a jerk sometimes ^_^
Anyway, I got a little bit of time before bed. I'll use that to take care of a few odds and ends, and I'll finish the other work I need to do tomorrow night.