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Bug #25957 bad one? mixingup of array / $this-> in memory
Submitted: 2003-10-22 17:32 UTC Modified: 2003-12-04 02:23 UTC
From: sven at leon dot uia dot mx Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: 5.0.0b1 (beta1) OS: All (redhat 90)
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-10-22 17:32 UTC] sven at leon dot uia dot mx
In a class I send an array $test as a parameter to a protected function. Then, if I try to access that array in any way in that function, suddenly the $this object contains the data of that array $test (!)

Reproduce code:
Sorry, cant make a short-and-clear reproducing code, but here I have a small code sample that actually caused the problem: (note that $this->params["source"] _IS_ an array)

protected function get_body($css){

echo "B0 (";
echo ")<br>";

  while(list($key, $cell_data)=each($this->params["source"])){

  echo "B1 (";
  echo ")<br>";

Expected result:
I will try to get a .zip together with the classes that seem to cause this problem.

Actual result:
B0 (table_key_value_a Object ( [params:protected] => Array ( [source] => Array ( [crc] => mBjsS50UkhAnxjWp [sid] => 75 [test_site] => 75,mBjsS50UkhAnxjWp ) [col headers] => Array ( [0] => Key [1] => Value ) [table header] => HTTP VARIABLES [css prefix] => debug [table header extra] => align='center' ) ) )

B1 (table_key_value_a Object ( [cell_data] => mBjsS50UkhAnxjWp [key] => crc ) )


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 [2003-11-27 12:51 UTC] sven at leon dot uia dot mx
Sorry for late update.

I think I have found the cause of the problem, if you have 2 objects, 1 is parent, other is child, en in both you have defined the __destruct() function, and you call the childs __destruct() function, then stuff gets really mixed up...

for the rest I have had _no_ problem yet, GREAT JOB PHP5!! :)
 [2003-11-28 20:35 UTC]
Thank you for this bug report. To properly diagnose the problem, we
need a short but complete example script to be able to reproduce
this bug ourselves. 

A proper reproducing script starts with <?php and ends with ?>,
is max. 10-20 lines long and does not require any external 
resources such as databases, etc.

If possible, make the script source available online and provide
an URL to it here. Try avoid embedding huge scripts into the report.

 [2003-12-04 02:23 UTC]
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