dunno about using eval() but this worked - not as elegant as I'd want it,
but it works

class test
  function user_func($f, $a, $b) { $z = $this->$f;  return ($z ? $z($a, $b)
: null); }
$blah = new test;
$blah->new_func = create_function('$a,$b', 'return $a+$b;');
echo $blah->user_func("new_func", 3, 4);
echo $blah->user_func("none", 3, 4);


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew J Gray [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 4:46 AM
Subject: [PHP] Re: Creating methods runtime

No there really isn't.  I wrote an extension that does it for me, but
I am waiting to see what the second zend engine will have for this
rather that using my hack.  Maybe check the Zend Engine 2 mailing list
to see what the future may hold.


Mika Tuupola wrote:
>         Is there a way to create/add methods runtime to a class via
>         constructor or static factory method? I know it is possible
>         to create functions runtime using eval() or create_function()
>         but I havent been able to make them appear as methods for
>         a class.
> --
> Mika Tuupola                      http://www.appelsiini.net/~tuupola/

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