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Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_DEC, expecting T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM (like here for instance) Seriously, what were PHP coders on, when they decided to implement this kind of error message?? For the record, it just means you're missing a :: somewhere.

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  1. jeka911 says:

    Developers of Zend Engine was jewish guys, so they wished to put some hebrew in it.
    Don't know, how this sounds :) but looks funny..

  2. Sarit says:

    More specifically, they were Israeli guys.
    It means "Twice" ("Paamayim") and "Nekudotayim" is the name of ":" in Hebrew.

  3. Ozh says:

    jeka & Sarit » thanks for this info, that's fun and interesting to know :)

  4. yk says:

    I think more likely they programmed in their native tongue, and this might have missed translation into English.

    While we're on this, they say a programming language is natural language independent. That's what I thought until I had to read and edit code written by Germans!

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