I've been facing a weird issue with my PHP script, and I was hoping someone could help me out. So, here's the thing: whenever I use the `$argv` variable in my script, it seems to mess up the environmental variables that are used for my database connection.
To give you a bit of context, I have a PHP script that runs from the command line and accepts command line arguments using the `$argv` variable. This has been working fine until recently when I noticed that it started causing issues with my database connection.
I have some environmental variables set up for my database connection, like the host, username, password, and database name. These variables are set in my system's environment (I'm using Linux) to keep them secure and separate them from the script. When I run my script without any command line arguments, it is able to connect to the database perfectly by using these environmental variables.
However, as soon as I include the `$argv` variable in my script and pass any command line argument, it stops connecting to the database and throws an error. It's as if the inclusion of `$argv` somehow affects the availability or accessibility of the environmental variables.
I have double-checked my code for any conflicts or mistakes, but I can't seem to find anything amiss. The only thing that changes is the inclusion of `$argv`, and that's when the issue arises. I even tried using `getenv()` to directly fetch the environmental variables within the script, but it still fails to connect to the database.
Has anyone else ever encountered such a problem? Any idea what might be causing this conflict and how I can work around it? I'd really appreciate any insights or suggestions.
Thanks in advance!