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From: Ludwig Lim <lud_nowhere_man(at)yahoo(dot)com>
To: PostgreSQL-PHP Mailing List <pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Some Questions
Date: 2003-06-12 12:05:02
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Lists: pgsql-php

   I have a question on calling a method in PHP.

suppose I have file class1.php which contains class1
  class class1{
      var $a1;

      function class1()
        $this->a1 = "hello";

      function t1()
          return $this->a1;
in test.php I have the ff:
    $obj = new class1();
    $a = "test";

    die("this is $a message=$obj->t1()");

    The message displayed is always:
        this is test message=()
    instead of :
        this is test message=hello

  is there another way of doing it aside from:
  $x = $obj->t1();
  die("this is $a message=$x");

Thanks in advance,
ludwig lim

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