i've written an extension and want the following:


$var = new myObject();

$echo $var->elem;                       // the php_myObject_property_handler() is 
called and i
can return the value

$echo $var                              // php prints out 'Object' , but i whish to 
serialize my
object and deliver a string

is this possible or do i always have to call something like echo
$var->serialize(); ?


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