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Hi to all!

This script works identically without ! empty conditional, am I right? 

if (! empty ($_POST['name']) && ! empty ($_POST['email']) && ! empty ($_POST['comments'])) { }

the same as:

if (($_POST['name']) && ($_POST['email']) && ($_POST['comments'])) { }


Thank you!

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Ah, in theory, yes, but the latter version--without !empty()--would create PHP warnings under some circumstances, so the !empty() version is "safer" and more professional. 

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