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get_extension_funcs

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get_extension_funcsReturns an array with the names of the functions of a module

Description

array get_extension_funcs ( string $module_name )

This function returns the names of all the functions defined in the module indicated by module_name.

Parameters

module_name

The module name.

Note:

This parameter must be in lowercase.

Return Values

Returns an array with all the functions, or FALSE if module_name is not a valid extension.

Examples

Example #1 Prints the XML functions

<?php
print_r
(get_extension_funcs("xml"));
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

Array
(
    [0] => xml_parser_create
    [1] => xml_parser_create_ns
    [2] => xml_set_object
    [3] => xml_set_element_handler
    [4] => xml_set_character_data_handler
    [5] => xml_set_processing_instruction_handler
    [6] => xml_set_default_handler
    [7] => xml_set_unparsed_entity_decl_handler
    [8] => xml_set_notation_decl_handler
    [9] => xml_set_external_entity_ref_handler
    [10] => xml_set_start_namespace_decl_handler
    [11] => xml_set_end_namespace_decl_handler
    [12] => xml_parse
    [13] => xml_parse_into_struct
    [14] => xml_get_error_code
    [15] => xml_error_string
    [16] => xml_get_current_line_number
    [17] => xml_get_current_column_number
    [18] => xml_get_current_byte_index
    [19] => xml_parser_free
    [20] => xml_parser_set_option
    [21] => xml_parser_get_option
    [22] => utf8_encode
    [23] => utf8_decode
)

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JM
8 years ago
FALSE is returned if there are no functions in that extension.  For example, <?php get_extension_funcs("xmlreader"); ?> returns FALSE because that extension defines the XMLReader class but not functions.
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