I get this PHP error:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE
From this line:
$list[$i][$docinfo['attrs']['@groupby']] = $docinfo['attrs']['@count'];
Is there anything wrong with this line?
There might be a semicolon or bracket missing a line before your pasted line. It seems fine to me, every string is allowed as array index.
It could be some other line as well, PHP is not always that exact.
Probably you are just missing a semicolon on previous line.
How to reproduce this error, put this in a file called
<?php $a = 5 $b = 7; //error happens here. print $b; ?>
eric@dev ~ $ php a.php PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_VARIABLE in /home/el/code/a.php on line 3
The PHP parser converts your program to a series of tokens. A
T_VARIABLE is a Token of type VARIABLE. When the parser processes tokens, it tries to make sense of them, and throws errors if it receives a variable where none is allowed.
In the simple case above with variable
$b, the parser tried to process this:
$a = 5 $b = 7;
The php parser looks at the $b after the 5 and says "that is unexpected".