ID: 6662
Updated by: zeev
Old-Status: Analyzed
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
Operating system: 
PHP Version: 4.0.2
Assigned To: 

Fixed in the CVS - thanks for your report!

Previous Comments:

[2000-09-16 17:00:56] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Float keys don't work, the variable gets converted to integer. This, however, doesn't 
work with array initializers - this should be fixed.


[2000-09-11 22:06:25] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
It seems that array keys of type real are not allowed in class declaration:

class MyClass {
 var $a = array( 1.5=>1, 3.5=>2, 7.5=>5, 99=>10);

Results in only one item 99=>10 in array.

Above is accepted in PHP3.


 var $a = array( '1.5'=>1, '3.5'=>2, '7.5'=>5, '99'=>10);


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