ocon - 4:02 pm on Sep 8, 2013 (gmt 0)
I don't know if it's terrible practice or not, but I often combine multiple functions on the same line instead of assigning a variable I'm only going to use once. Normally its not a problem, but I'm getting an "Only variables should be passed by reference" error for:
$name = array_shift(array_values(array_diff($candidates, $conflicts)));
I don't get an error if I break it into two lines:
$vettedCandidates = array_values(array_diff($candidates, $conflicts));
$name = array_shift($vettedCandidates);
I just don't understand what the difference is and why the first one gives me an error. To me, they would seem the same.