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(Based on earlier writings by "So Called" in this topic)1. Organization tips for all of programming 1.1. Start smallMake your big problems into little problems! Don't write 200 lines of code and then ask us why it doesn't work! Instead, write 10 or 20 lines of code and get that to work. Other things being equal, 20 lines of code will have 1/10 as many bugs as 200 lines of code. You are 10 times as likely to write good code if you write just a little not a lot, and 10 times more likely to have willing volunteers on the forum help you find out why it doesn't work. On a related note, don't write
Know what you are dealing with : ERROR AND EXCEPTION WHY THIS? When we debug our code that means we find errors and fix them. so it is wise to know about them whom we are dealing with GETTING STARTED:I cant see anything. where to find error?Errors will not always be visible to you. you will see what your php.ini setting is set to show. There is some directive which handle this behaviour.http://in2.php.net/m...en/ini.list.php find the directives here"display_error""error_reporting""error_log" (for error logging)You can set it in php.ini directly (Recomended for development server where you h