Kornel, +1 about error detection. Makes sense in case of PHP language!
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2010/11/22 Kornel Lesiński <kor...@geekhood.net>
> On 22 Nov 2010, at 14:58, Tjerk Meesters wrote:
> > My bad, I did read from the beginning but I think certain parts ended in
> a void ;)
> > Still, in my opinion any function that takes name/value pairs is a
> candidate for array overloading. I sometimes wished php would do java'ish
> method overloading ... is there another reason beyond the one-up complexity
> to pick another name?
> Error detection. New method could be setVariables(array $foo), and would
> complain when you fail to pass an array. Similarly, set() with two arguments
> requires both to be present, so you'll know when you forget one.
> regards, Kornel
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