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Retrieving Information on Several Objects with Destructors in PHP 5
February 07, 2008 @ 10:28:00

DevShed has posted the next-to-last (part four) of their series looking at destructors in PHP5 applications today. This time they focus on passing information back out of the destructors as the script is finishing.

In this fourth article of the series I'm going to teach you how perform this process when working with multiple objects (remember that you already learned how to achieve this using only one class instance).

They start simple, showing how to handle one object to give you a base to work from. They modify this to expand it out and show the management instead of three different user data objects.

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