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can i have 

header("Location: ../"); exit;

on same line?

or 

header("Location: ../");
exit;

? if i cant have it on the same line is there a program which searches for header("Location: ../"); in files and then changes "header("Location: ../");" to

"header("Location: ../");

exit"

 

?

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Yes you can have multiple PHP statements on a single line, but why would you?  It just makes your code tedious to read thru,  hard to find a certain line at quick glance, makes an instruction easy to miss and achieves no meaningful purpose.

 

It's a "coding style", but one that I find to be less than helpful.

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