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La classe ReflectionProperty

(PHP 5)

Introduction

La classe ReflectionProperty rapporte des informations sur les propriétés des classes.

Synopsis de la classe

ReflectionProperty implements Reflector {
/* Constantes */
const integer IS_STATIC = 1 ;
const integer IS_PUBLIC = 256 ;
const integer IS_PROTECTED = 512 ;
const integer IS_PRIVATE = 1024 ;
/* Propriétés */
public $name ;
public $class ;
/* Méthodes */
final private void __clone ( void )
public __construct ( mixed $class , string $name )
public static string export ( mixed $class , string $name [, bool $return ] )
public ReflectionClass getDeclaringClass ( void )
public string getDocComment ( void )
public int getModifiers ( void )
public string getName ( void )
public mixed getValue ([ object $object ] )
public bool isDefault ( void )
public bool isPrivate ( void )
public bool isProtected ( void )
public bool isPublic ( void )
public bool isStatic ( void )
public void setAccessible ( bool $accessible )
public void setValue ( object $object , mixed $value )
public string __toString ( void )
}

Propriétés

name

Nom de la propriété. En lecture seule, émets une exception de type ReflectionException si l'on tente d'y écrire.

class

Nom de la classe où la propriété a été définie. En lecture seule, émets une exception de type ReflectionException si l'on tente d'y écrire.

Constantes pré-définies

Modificateurs de ReflectionProperty

ReflectionProperty::IS_STATIC

Indique que la propriété est statique.

ReflectionProperty::IS_PUBLIC

Indique que la propriété est publique.

ReflectionProperty::IS_PROTECTED

Indique que la propriété est protégée.

ReflectionProperty::IS_PRIVATE

Indique que la propriété est privée.

Sommaire

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

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Nanhe Kumar
7 months ago
<?php
//serialize static properties (class variable)

class Student {

    private
$members = array();
    protected
$name;
    public static
$noOfStudent;

    public function
__construct($name = 'Nanhe Kumar') {
       
$this->name = $name;
       
Student::$noOfStudent++;
    }

    public function
__sleep() {
       
$vars = get_class_vars(get_class($this));
        foreach (
$vars as $key => $val) {
            if (!empty(
$val))
               
$this->members[$key] = $val;
        }
        return
array_keys(get_object_vars($this));
    }

    public function
__wakeup() {
        foreach (
$this->members as $key => $val) {
           
$prop = new ReflectionProperty(get_class($this), $key);
           
$prop->setValue(get_class($this), $val);
        }
       
$this->members = array();
    }

    public function
getTotalStudent() {
        return
self::$noOfStudent;
    }

}

$so1 = new Student();
$so2 = new Student();
$serialized = serialize($so1);
print_r($serialized); //O:7:"Student":2:{s:16:"Studentmembers";a:1:{s:11:"noOfStudent";i:2;}s:7:"*name";s:11:"Nanhe Kumar";}
$unserialized = unserialize($serialized);
print_r($unserialized); //Student Object ( [members:Student:private] => Array ( ) [name:protected] => Nanhe Kumar )
echo Student::$noOfStudent; //2
?>
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rasmus at mindplay dot dk
4 years ago
I think a more accurate explanation is this:

The Reflection classes are designed to reflect upon the source code of an application, not on any runtime information.

I think you misunderstand the ReflectionProperty constructor in your example above. The fact that it accepts an object as argument is just a convenience feature - you are actually inspecting the class of that object, not the object itself, so it's basically equivalent to:

<?php

// works fine
$Reflection = new ReflectionProperty(get_class($a), 'a');

// throws exception
$Reflection = new ReflectionProperty(get_class($a), 'foo');

?>

Getting the class of the object you're passing in is implied, since inspecting a defined property is the purpose of this class.

In your example, $a->foo is a dynamic member - it is not defined as a member of class, so there is no defining class reference, line number, default value, etc. - which means, there is nothing to reflect upon.

Clearly this very useful library could use some real documentation...
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james at digitaledgeit dot com dot au
3 years ago
Please ignore my previous note. I didn't fully understand what the previous notes were referring to as "runtime". I now see they were referring to a slightly different question.

Apologies!
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