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I have been installing and looking at various contributions and have found that there appears to be 2 styles of coding certain areas. What is the difference in the following 2 statements and is there any speed increase in using one or the other. Thanks in advance

 

if (isset($_GET['manufacturers_id'])) {

if (isset($_GET->manufacturers_id)) {

 

 

My own thoughts are that they are different versions of mySql but can this be confirmed / other?

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"->" is the php object operator used with classes and objects.

 

It has nothing to do with MYSQL version.

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"->" is the php object operator used with classes and objects.

 

It has nothing to do with MYSQL version.

Thanks for that. I have changed a few of the ['field'] to ->field and it appears to be slightly quicker (and more uniform with other programming techniques). Still a lot to learn but getting there slowly

ps I should have studied this instead of electrical engineering - much more fun

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