I did not find a solution, so i tried passing a array with references.

$arr = array(&$a, &$b);
bind_param("ii", $arr);

function bind_param($types, $arr){
        array_unshift($arr, $types);
        call_user_func_array (array ($stmt, 'bind_param'), $arr);

This worked in a test-case in one file. But if i call the bind-param-method
from another class it did not work. Do you have any suggestions on this?

Am 02.07.2010 17:25, schrieb Jakob Günther:
> Hi,
> i'm writing a custom wrapper for the mysqli_stmt class. I have to
> override the method mysqli_stmt::bind_param. This function uses
> "variable-length argument lists". In my function i want to delegate its
> arguments to the original function.
> My first naiv implementation was that:
> function bind_param($types) {
>       $sParams=array();
>         $first=true;
>         for($i=1; i < func_num_args(); $i++) {
>             $sParams[] = func_get_arg($i);
>         }
>       array_unshift ($sParams ,$types);
>         call_user_func_array (array ($this->mysqli_stmt, 'bind_param'),       
>               $sParams);
> }
> But this is not working, because  I need to pass it by reference. Is
> there a way to retrieve references to a variable number of arguments?
> Thx, Jakob

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