On Sun, Aug 19, 2001 at 07:40:06PM +0300, Zeev Suraski wrote : 
> At 19:37 19-08-01, Markus Fischer wrote:
> >    print_r( $a->b()->e()[0]);
> >
> >The last line gives parse error. So, I guess no yet supported?
> There are no plans to support this kind of dereferencing (arrays are still 
> native types).

Oh ... sadly. I thought I read something about this in the draft.
Then again, could be having to less sleep when reading it :|

Is it like 'implementing this would be not trivial for the
advantage gained' or is it like 'no one has yet considered about
this syntax ?

- Markus

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