I have a command to assign an array to a function in a class.
         $myclass = new newclass();l

and i need it to run a function that takes in an array
         $myclass->myfunction( $array);
but i want the array to be seen defined
         $myclass->myfunction( array ( one => "1" , two => "2" ) ) ;
but lets say the definitions 'one => "1" , two => "2"' are in a text file ( 
to be modified of course )
how do i make the function work?

         I don;t want to call a function to do it, like
         $myclass->myfunction( array( get_array() ) );

I might be missing an easy solution, but ...

Hasan Sastra

E-Book Systems

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