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in general what does this mean ?


yesudo

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That means you called a function on an object but the object doesn't exist.

 

Probably you forgot to include a file or there's a typo in an included file - check the class that you were editing.

 

For instance, if you made a typo in includes/classes/shopping_cart.php that kept it from loading properly, then used any of the cart-> functions, you would get this error.

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further question on this.

 

is there a define file which sits between the class file and where the class is referenced ?

 

thanx.

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