on 04 February 2012 - 02:39 AM
The 0 will never return as an isset() because if true (1) it won't obviously return 0 (false). The thing with PHP is that it's dynamic and having empty() won't ever justify the use of isset(), which will always return either 0 or 1. I hope this helps.
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