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Gonzalo Ayuso:
Releasing unmanaged resources (a PHP port from C#'s "using" statement)
September 10, 2013 @ 10:55:44

In a new post to his site Gonzalo Ayuso has put together an example of releasing unmanaged resources similar to something C# does with its "using" functionality.

Sometimes we work with instances that needs to released even when exceptions happens. Something typical when we work with resources (Files, Database connections, ) [...] Sometimes I need collaborate with C# projects. C# is a great language. I really like it. It has a really cool feature to solve this problem: the "using" statement. Because of that we are going to build today one small library to implement something similar in PHP.

He provides a basic code example, showing how to use a "Disposable" interface with a "dispose" method that can be implemented based on the resource type you need to use. In his example, it's a "File" class that implements the interface and and global "using" function is defined to clean up the object after use. The code for the sample is also available on Github.

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Link: http://gonzalo123.com/2013/09/09/releasing-unmanaged-resources-a-php-port-from-cs-using-statement/

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