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beginning_php thread: PHP Objects and Benefits


Message #1 by "Deepak Kumar Vasudevan" <deepak@c...> on Sat, 29 Dec 2001 08:10:15 +0530
Check out Mambo OpenSource Content Management Server from

http://www.sourceforge.net for real essence of Classes/Objects in PHP. It is

more explained there illustratively than that can be explained here.



deepak@c...

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> Subject: Objects - any real benefit?

> From: "Peter Simard" <peter@p...>

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> Ok, I've been fiddling with a number of classes, utility classes mostly,

> connection etc.

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> It's apparent that the benefit reaped from using classes/objects is

> modular and re-usable code, as with any OOP.  But as the nature of PHP

> script execution is temporary, over and above the utility classes and

> sessions, why bother?

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> I've just spent several months learning JAVA where the OOP paradigm is

> paramount, in PHP OOP just seems like a nice feature.

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> I'd love to hear people's thoughts on this.

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> Regards and Happy New Year,

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