2009/8/24 kranthi <kranthi...@gmail.com>:
> unset($obj) always calls the __destruct() function of the class.
> in your case clearly you are missing something else. Probably
> unset($anobject) is not being called at all ?
That's not entirely correct. PHP uses reference counting, so if
unsetting a variable did not cause the object to be destructed then
it's highly likely that there is another variable somewhere that is
holding a reference to that object.
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