2009/10/27 Raymond Irving <xwis...@yahoo.com>:

>>> I want to automatically initialize a specific sub class when the php page
>>> is loaded.

>> You may be able solve this with a simple class_exists() (pseudo-code ahead):
>> if(class_exists($var)) {
>>     $class = new $var;
>> } else {
>>     $class = new FourOhFour;
>> }

>> This works if you know the name of the class. What I'm looking for is a way
>> to get one of the sub classes and initialize it dynamically.

I'm confused. If you don't know the name of the child class, how are
you going to know which one to instantiate? Are you going to pick one
at random?

What you're trying to do can probably be accomplished, but I can't
shake the feeling we're trying to solve the wrong problem here.

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