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Examples of using inherance and interfaces in PHP 5

Hi there!
As many of you knows, Zend has relased the Beta version of PHP 5. I
have allready make some tests of interfaces, classes inherance, static
and public variables, etc, and everything looks ok. Now, when you work
with PHP the most common thing is to do something with databases, you
have somehow the "same kind of pattern" like: logins, update, add,
delete data from de db, show data and that is it.

Now, I will like to use the new PHP 5 features in my next project. I
was trying to desing some clases and inferfaces for the "pattern" that
PHP use to have, and have not come with any good worthy idea. I know
Java too, so I was very happy about the the new features in PHP5 and
looking to use object model features. Im looking for very clear
examples on, how you have used the new features in PHP5 to do the "old
PHP thing"?

Thanks a lot for yor time!
Mate
Jul 17 '05 #1
1 2016
Mate wrote:
Hi there!
As many of you knows, Zend has relased the Beta version of PHP 5. I
have allready make some tests of interfaces, classes inherance, static
and public variables, etc, and everything looks ok. Now, when you work
with PHP the most common thing is to do something with databases, you
have somehow the "same kind of pattern" like: logins, update, add,
delete data from de db, show data and that is it.

Now, I will like to use the new PHP 5 features in my next project. I
was trying to desing some clases and inferfaces for the "pattern" that
PHP use to have, and have not come with any good worthy idea. I know
Java too, so I was very happy about the the new features in PHP5 and
looking to use object model features. Im looking for very clear
examples on, how you have used the new features in PHP5 to do the "old
PHP thing"?

Thanks a lot for yor time!
Mate


Not to be picky but Zend did not release PHP 5, The PHP Group did ;)

~Cameron
Jul 17 '05 #2

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