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PHP Class Object
Posted on: February 17, 2010 at 12:00 AM
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In object oriented programming a class can be an abstract data type, blue print or template. You could consider the name of a class as noun like name of a person, place or thing. For example Fruit is a class, where apple, orange are the object of this class.

PHP Class Object:

In object oriented programming a class can be an abstract data type, blue print or template. You could consider the name of a class as noun like name of a person, place or thing.  For example Fruit is a class, where apple, orange are the object of this class.

Object is the instantiate of a class. A class consists of a member variable and methods. In PHP we need to declare the access specifiers (public, private, or protected) separately for

PHP Object Class Example:

<?php

class A

{

public function disp(){

echo "Inside the class<br/>";

}}

$a=new A();

$a->disp();

A::disp();

?>

Output:

Inside the class
Inside the class

Explanation:

In the above programming we create a class named A, it has a publically declared function disp(), on the outer side of the class we instantiate the object $a, we  call the function disp with -> operator. Any class can access it's member using :: operator.
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Posted on: February 17, 2010

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