On Tuesday 25 September 2001 10:36, Andrey Hristov wrote:
>  After some days spent in a hospital reading "Programming Perl" and
> "Oracle Web Applications" I found that a language construct which
> appears in Perl and PL/SQL is not available in PHP.
> As in most 3G languages function call is like that
> $bar=foo($bar1,$bar2,$bar3,'bar4');
> function foo($par1=1,$par2=2,$par3=3,$par4='foo_bar',...){
> ...
> }
> In the case when I've few parameters I've to remember their order, so
> why not $bar=foo('par2'=>10);
> I want to pass value to only one or more but not to all params. Also
> this will make the code clearer I think. Comments are welcome!

You can emulate this with arrays:
$bar = foo (array ('par2' => 10));

Christian Reiniger
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