[PHPwestoz] Order of execution

Timothy White weirdo at tigris.org
Mon Mar 14 18:55:02 UTC 2005

Nicolas Connault wrote:

> Timothy White wrote:
>> I'm building a simple php system and being the unix programmer I love to
>> have functions and not have much code in the body.
>> I want to do something like this
>> function x(){}
>> function y(){}
>> function z(){}
>> x() && y() && z()...
>> So that each function will execute in turn but only if the previous
>> function returns 1.
>> I can do (x() && y()) && z() and get it kinda working but I'm sure there
>> is an easier way.
> I'm sure that's not what you're looking for, but it's how I would do it:
> if(x() == 1){
>    if(y() == 1) z()
> }
> I think that's pretty minimal coding for the result you want.

Although I'm looking for something that can expand to many functions.
I guess I can use what if's although more efficiently than you've done it.
It's actually really simple now that I look at it although not easy to
read it's quick to program and make changes.


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