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What is the use of @ putting against a variable in PHP?

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What is the use of @ putting against a variable in PHP?
posted Dec 1, 2013 by anonymous

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@ is a error control operator means if variable or index (in case of array is not defined) you will not receive the error or warnings. For more details please look at -

answer Dec 1, 2013 by Sanketi Garg
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