PHP array okay running direct PHP, but errors out in EXEOUTPUT

I am building a utility program in PHP. I have it working perfectly well when running the PHP file in my browser. However, when I compile and run it in ExeOutput, I get a “PHP Notice: Unitialized string offset” when referencing an array. It is fine in PHP 5.3.17 running in my browser.

It is in a “for” loop which is exited with break; when a condition is met. The loop returns back to the top of a parent loop and then the array in question is intialized again with “$songs = array(”","")" and repopulated.

It appears that the executable is erroring out at the first initialization of the array (again, which is working perfectly in my uncompiled PHP).

Any ideas, suggestions?



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