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Request #5127 can
Submitted: 2000-06-19 16:57 UTC Modified: 2002-01-28 17:01 UTC
From: waldschrott at kiffen dot de Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Feature/Change Request
PHP Version: 4.0 Latest CVS (19/06/2000) OS: win2000/all
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-06-19 16:57 UTC] waldschrott at kiffen dot de
it not possible to use the statement new with anything but simple string itself or a simple string hold in a single variable

try out:
1. works
2. uncommented first line, does not work
3. uncommented second line, does not work
foreach ($this->active_parse_objects AS $object)	{

$this->$object = new $classname;
// $this->$object = new {$this->active_parse_prefix.$object};
// $this->$object = new $this->active_parse_prefix.$object;

I?ve also notived that it?s not possible to use the statement var with concated strings?
if you want to use special chars like \n or \t in strings initzialized with var, you?ve to use "
because this is not possible

class ... {
var $test='asdfasdfasdf"ASDFASDF"ASDFAS'."\n";

I?m not sure whether the second part is a bug, but it?s making me dizzy escaping every " I want use in var-assigned string...


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 [2002-01-28 17:01 UTC]
These will not be implemented probably.
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