[Melbourne-pm] Single vs double quotes: no real difference (wasRe: Delivering PDFs via CGI)

leif.eriksen at hpa.com.au leif.eriksen at hpa.com.au
Tue Jun 20 16:22:50 PDT 2006

I tend to be in the "always use double quotes" camp - that way if a
constant string develops the need to have an interpolated value in it, I
don't have to _also_ remember to change the quotes. So all my strings
are "interpolation-capable".

Not that I'm religious about it - some days I do say to myelf "it'll
never change, use a single quote" - and can you guess what happens
nearly ever single time ....

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