> Hi all,
> Hope you can help.  I have an class called xml and a class method called
> hi_handler.  I am able to call this method statically as follows:
> xml::hi_handler($attrs);
> but when I try to call it like this, it fails miserably:
> $junk="xml::hi_handler";
> $junk();
> Fatal error: Call to undefined function: xml::hi_handler()
> Any ideas - besides the obvious way of using a dummy instance.  I am using
> php 4.0.3pl1

I wouldn't have expected that to work, but I did expect something like:


to work.  However I just tested it and it doesn't.  Perhaps something that
can be fixed.


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