PHP If isset forms

Is there a way to check if one of two forms has been submitted.  Meaning I want at least one of the forms to have been submitted if info is shown.

 if(isset($_POST['get_quote'])) || if(isset ($_POST['get_empty_quote'])) { DO SOMETHING}

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Take out the second if and a couple of the extra parentheses:

 if(isset($_POST['get_quote']) || isset ($_POST['get_empty_quote'])) { DO SOMETHING}

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other than a syntax error with the parentheses  corrected by gr8gonzo ,I see no reason why your code will not work.
the OR || operator means the if will return true if either of the two conditions is met.(At least one of them)
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
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