Hey -- folks -- -- -

I am trying to figure out one aspect of PHP's object model.

Is it good practice to have a class be a property of another class? In other words:

class foo_handler {
        function add_bar() {
                include bar_class.inc;
                $this->bar_handler = new bar_handler;


So one would have language in a foo_handler function like:


If so, can the bar_handler->bar_toast() function call a function in the container class (foo_handler)? "Parent" is used in some OOP languages for this type of hierarchy, but not PHP. I have fooled around with the scope resolution operator, but either that doesn't do it or I can't nail the syntax.

Anyone care to illuminate this for me?

Many thanks to all of the contributors to this list for all you do...


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