>    $x = (object) array('a'=>1, 'b'=>3, ...);
> which works but isn't very lovely. it's neater in, for example, javascript.

Well, you could wrap it up in a function to make it a bit lovelier. Eg:

$foo = createObject(array('key' => 'value'));

It's not great, but PHP doesn't have a object literal syntax AFAIK.

Richard Heyes
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