Yes!!! It works!! Thats' exactly what I was looking for ... getting the value of $justTT in $othervar.
I'm new to classes ... thus the noobity!
        
On Apr 23, 2009, at 2:04 PM, J├┤natas Zechim wrote:

Class Test {
        function showOutput {
                if ($this->url) {
                        $this->justTT = substr($this->url,-10,7);
                }
        }

}

$myvar=new Test();
$myvar->showOutput();

$othervar=$myvar->justTT;

echo $othervar;

$otherClass=new anotherclass($othervar);

Is that u want?

Zechim
SP/Brazil


-----Mensagem original-----
De: Rahul S. Johari [mailto:sleepwal...@rahulsjohari.com]
Enviada em: quinta-feira, 23 de abril de 2009 14:56
Para: php-general@lists.php.net
Assunto: [PHP] Extract variable out of a Class -> Function


I have a function within a class. There is a variable inside that
function which I need to access & use outside of the class/function.

For example ...

Class Test {
        function showOutput {
                if ($this->url) {
                        $justTT = substr($this->url,-10,7);
                        echo $justTT;
                }
        }

}

I need to use $justTT. How do I get the value of $justTT into a
different variable outside of this class/function so I can use it in a
different class?

---
Rahul Sitaram Johari
Founder, Internet Architects Group, Inc.

[Email] sleepwal...@rahulsjohari.com
[Web]   http://www.rahulsjohari.com





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