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reference question

P: n/a

If I write

$someobject = new SomeObject;

will I have 2 instances in memory,
one of which I cannot actually access?


$someobject =& new SomeObject;

remedy that, or didn't I understand
it correctly?



Jul 17 '05 #1
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