Dec 28, 2000, 6:15 AM
Post #3 of 5
The problem with your example [randor] is that the $error will not contain a list of errors, or, lets say that:
if($this eq "that")
$error = "ERROR 1\n";
next in line, we check for:
if($that eq "this")
$error = "ERROR 2\n";
since the second if() statement was found to be true, $error was overwritten and thus its previous value was erased from the first passing of the if() statement above.
My goal is to collect a list of errors in one variable, $error.
Your example [randor] overwrites previous values.