On 12-08-10 02:24 PM, Al wrote:
Off the subject a bit. What does PHP do with repeated new classes, e.g.
$mime = new Mail_mime Are they simply ignored or are additional new instances
created. PHP won't let you duplicate function names.
New isn't defining a class, it's a request for an instance of a defined
class. Thus it will create a new instance over and over again for every
time the new request is made. The equivalent to "won't let you duplicate
function names" is "won't let you duplicate class names".
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