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    Default Parse ErroR CANNOT SOLVE! *@*(%!@^*)&^

    I been reading the boards and realise this parse evil has been around too for many of oscommerce newbies trying to edit...

    I keep getting parse error while tryign to edit my product_info.php.

    I'm wondering if any of you can help here. I am using dreamweaver MX and i get this parse error...i deleted the line it says with error and made sure theres no line or space there. But still it gives me that error. Then I copied the code to notepad to try too but still it gives mi that error!

    I am trying to modify product_info so to give me a customised look for the layout. I wanted to take away the customers also bought this php so I took out the codes of

    if ((USE_CACHE == 'true') && empty($SID)) {
    echo tep_cache_also_purchased(3600);
    } else {

    but then it will give me a parse error there.

    Please help and to those who did so successfully edit the codes, what software did you use? And is it theres a certani number of space to maintain or watch before and after the <?php and the ?>

    Im' a newbie to php so any help will be greatly appreciated...thanks

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    Just leave the code in place and comment out the include so it looks like this:

        if ( (USE_CACHE == 'true') && !defined('SID')) {
          echo tep_cache_also_purchased(3600);
        } else {
    Problem solved

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