I'm implementing a web site at an ISP (like many it seems) that has not enabled overload().
I'm accustomed to the Perl world, where I use a base class to do get/set methods by inserting them into the symbol table. From what I've read, the way to do this in PHP is to use overload(). My other alternative is to have something like get('varname'), set('varname', 'value') in a base class for my object. Is that they way to do this, or can you point me to a better way? I don't wish to manually implement methods for every variable in every class I have. -- Barry Hoggard Tristan Media LLC e: [EMAIL PROTECTED] p: 212-627-1596 aim: hoggardb -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php