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Writing dynamic classes with PHP

I recently had the necessity to write a dynamic class (i.e. where methods, or properties of the class are determined during runtime) and in doing some research, stumbled on to this very helpful article :

Going dynamic with PHP

The author (Jack Herrington) goes to a lot of trouble explaining how the magic __get(), __set() and __call() methods work and how best to use them.

It does get a little bit complicated towards the end, but is a good example of a)why one should or need to use a dynamic class/object and b)how to implement it successfully within your application.

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