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    any idea what this message means?

    input in flex scanner failed

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    padders...

    you might get a response if you told us what the context of that error message is.

    What program were you using at the time?
    What were you trying to do?
    What commands had you just entered?
    What language/database were you using?
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    sorry...

    it is a php script and mysql database script.

    I just modified my script a bit, and suddenly i get this error, which is completely bizarre. I think it might be to do with a failed require() but not sure why it is not giving the standard error, i am still testing it out just thought it might be some standard error message i couldn't find anything about.

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    yeah it was bust require statements. i was doing require($name) and $name was empty, instead of saying file not found, it was giving this rather more cryptic error (what does it actually mean) anyway found it at least


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