ID: 9618
Updated by: stas
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
Assigned To: 

PHP is not C++, you cannot have two functions with same
names and different parameters.

Previous Comments:

[2001-03-08 06:51:35] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

PHP acts strangely when calling a parent class constructor from an extended class. 
PHP4 seems to call the constructor without arguments instead of the one with the right 
number of arguments.

Ari Nykänen

// -------- clip clip clip ----------------

<script language="php">
        class Huikkari {
                var $huikkasana="initial";
                function Huikkari($huikkasana) {
                function Huikkari() {
                function huikkaa () {
                        echo ($this->huikkasana."n");
                        return true;

        class HelloHuikkari extends Huikkari {
                function helloHuikkari () {
// *** possible problem here *** the following line seems
// to call the Huikkari constructor with no arguments
                        $this->Huikkari('Hello World');

        $helloHuikkari = new HelloHuikkari();
// I think the following line should
// output 'Hello World' instead of 'defaultt'



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