Chris Barnes wrote:
i havent used thi slist for quite a while.
anyway. Im trying to write an application which relies heavily on mysql. so
i have made a class object which has all the functions to make using mysql
very easy for me.
but the problem im faced with now is, i have a bunch of other classes,
have a dependency to be able to read or write to mysql at some point.
i dont want to have to write and maintain seperate mysql classes to extend
other other classes.
is it alright to, for example, point to one class from within another?
$user = new User();
$user->mysql = new MySql();
and then call functions in MySql() from within User() by;
im new to PHP5 so im not aware of all its new and awesome OO features.
Yes, that will work fine.
It also works in php4, it's not a php5 specific feature.
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