I already made this question, but probably I kinda made it in obscure 
terms. Trying to get clearer.

let's look at this:

function utility() {

Class a {
    function some_method() {

now, how can utility know that it's being called by a::some_method()? 
What I need is to build something that will output an error message like
"error in a::some_method"

get_class() will work only if I pass a reference every time I call 
utility, like


which is already not really what I want. And anyway this would not solve 
the problem of knowing which method was executed when the event occurred.

Any idea?




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