This is a sensible option because PHP classes are case insensitive. Enforcing case-sensitivity in the autoloader causes potential issues. Always correctly referencing the class name with the correct case. This is a workaround more than a fix. In an ideal world, this would happen but PHP allows case insensitive class names, enforcing case. Is == in PHP a case-sensitive string comparison? Ask Question I was unable to find this on filesbestnowsearchfilmsfirst.info Hence it's technically not case-sensitive (Although in % of cases it behaves just like it) – ircmaxell Aug 17 '10 at add a comment | Aug 23, · Yes, PHP is case sensitive in regards to function only but it should not include the function(s) which is defined by the user. For e.g. one have defined the function “abc” it must be called by “abc” only nd if function defined “XYZ” it must be called by “XYZ” to pass the query.
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