[TYPO3-50-general] TypoScript 2.0 syntax

Thomas Hempel thomas at work.de
Fri May 25 06:53:37 CEST 2007


> Question 1) The operator > is used to unset an option or its values and 
> properties. In several programming languages you can use constructs like 
> "= null".
> e.g.: something = null
I like that idea!

> Question 3)
> If you look at
> myObject.value = $hello . "<br />Nice that you\'re here again.<br />" . 
> $goodbye
> Why does the ' has to be (What was the right word again? hmmmm) So why 
> do you have to write a \ in front of it? TYPO3 should know that there is 
> no ' in the string to do something, so " ' " should do the thing.. 
> shouldn't it?
Hmm. First I thought this is hust a typo but than I also found it in 
some other examples. I also think that this doesn't make sense at all or 
something was not described yet!? ;-)


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