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Anonymous, 08/19/2006 03:02 AM


Indentation

One tabulation

{{{
// base level
// level 1
// level 2
// level 1
// base level
?>
}}}

Control structures

{{{
if ($test1){
for ($i=0;$i<$end;$i++){
echo "test ".( $i<10 ? "0$i" : $i )."<br>";
}
}

switch ($test2){
case 1 :
echo "Case 1";
break;
case 2 :
echo "Case 2";
break;
default :
echo "Default Case";
break;
}

?>
}}}

Including files

require_once ?

include_once ?

PHP tags

Short tag not allowed. Use complet tags.

{{{

// code

?>
}}}

Functions

Function names should be written in camelBack, for example:

{{{
function userName() {
}
?>
}}}

Class

Class names should be written in CamelCase, for example:

{{{
class ExampleAuthentification {
}
?>
}}}

Variables

Variable names should be as descriptive and short as possible.
Normal variables should be written in lower case. In case of multiple words use the _ separator.
Global variables should be written in UPPER case. In case of multiple words use the _ separator.

Example:

{{{
$user = 'glpi';
$users = array('glpi', 'glpi2', 'glpi3');
$users_groups = array('glpi', 'glpi2', 'glpi3');

$CFG_GLPI=array();

?>

}}}

Variable types

Variable types for use in DocBlocks for Doxygen:

Type Description
mixed A variable with undefined (or multiple) type.
integer Integer type variable (whole number).
float Float type (point number).
boolean Logical type (true or false).
string String type (any value in "" or ' ').
array Array type.
object Object type.
ressource Resource type (returned by for example mysql_connect()).
Files

Lower case

Constants

Capital letter :

{{{
COMPUTER_TYPE
}}}