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    Why we use so many meta's??

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    The function is requiring either a return statement, or a pass-by-reference against the $need variable. How you do it depends on if you want to use $need or $maistas2 as you're final variable. I'd just return the result myself.

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    Sigh, why do people empty their posts....
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    Been gone for a few months, and haven't programmed in that long of a time. Meh, I'll wing it ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fou-Lu View Post
    The function is requiring either a return statement, or a pass-by-reference against the $need variable. How you do it depends on if you want to use $need or $maistas2 as you're final variable. I'd just return the result myself.

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    Sigh, why do people empty their posts....
    I spotted this mistake and fixed, so I just replaced topic to my next question. Btw, thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by auriaks View Post
    I spotted this mistake and fixed, so I just replaced topic to my next question. Btw, thanks
    This doesn't help people trying to find an answer through search engines, please just post a new reply with your next question next time.


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