PHP File Pattern

Code in this post can be obsolete, however, principles and theory may still apply.
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  1. says

    You might want to leave off the final closing PHP ?> tag, as recommended by Zend for the Zend Framework. It is not required by PHP, and in certain circumstances, accidental whitespace after the closing tag can cause problems with http headers.

  2. Fausto Astudillo says

    Its recommended you write on the final closing PHP ?> tag, for a “well formed” source.
    The Zend Framework is a particular missuse .

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