you can use ArrayObject functions? an Object is always easier to handle / convert. instead of $serialized = serialize($array);you can do things like $serialized = (string)$arrayObject; and things like that.
Peter van der Does wrote:
What is the advantage of using ArrayObject to build a Registry class?
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