Can anyone tell me why assignments have a higher precedence than the logical operators: xor, and, and or in PHP? Given: $a = true xor true; What are the circumstances where we should expect $a to evaluate to true?
I found her like this when I went to bed. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Never gotten up in the morning before? Always wanted to try it? Maybe you have tried it, but not been very successful. Well, you’ve come to the right place. Even if you’ve never gotten up from anything at any time in your entire life. Even if you don’t really know exactly what a morning is. […]
This is part of a series of haiku about the Automattic Creed. If the reason is “We’ve always done it this way.” You’re _doing_it_wrong(). Did I get that right?
This is part of a series of haiku about the Automattic Creed. If it’s broke, fix it. No bug is team property; Everyone owns them.
This is the first in a series of haiku about the Automattic Creed. Failure and Success Are equally good fortune. Both a chance to learn. Or how about this one: Learning and teaching: Two sides of a single coin. Inseparable.
Because the internet is made of cats.