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Why doesn't the function "printKlasse1()"in Klasse2 print ??



<?php

class Klasse1 {
  var $var;
  function Klasse1() {
   $this->var = "Hello World";
  }
}


class Klasse2 {
  var $klasse1;

  function Klasse2(&$arg) {
    $this->klasse1 = &$arg;
  }
  function printKlasse1() {
    print $klasse1->var;
  }
}

class Klasse3 {
  function Klasse3() {
    $klasse1 = new Klasse1();
    $klasse3 = new Klasse2($klasse1);
  }
}
$klasse3 = new Klasse3();
?>
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Question by:df_n
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by:Hamlet081299
ID: 7076916
Because it is never called!!??
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Hamlet081299 earned 400 total points
ID: 7076928
I think a big part of the problem is that you have perhaps missed a number of 'this->' references.

This seems to work...

<?php

class Klasse1 {
 var $var;
 function Klasse1() {
  $this->var = "Hello World";
 }
}


class Klasse2 {
 var $klasse1;

 function Klasse2(&$arg) {
   $this->klasse1 = &$arg;
 }
 function printKlasse1() {
   print $this->klasse1->var;
 }
}

class Klasse3 {
 function Klasse3() {
   $this->klasse1 = new Klasse1();
   $this->klasse3 = new Klasse2($this->klasse1);
 }
}
$klasse3 = new Klasse3();
$klasse3->klasse3->printKlasse1();
?>
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by:us111
ID: 7090212
hmm I think you want to have a class and some extension of this class that's why your code doesn't work.

have a look at
http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.classobj.php for more explanations.

<?php

class Klasse1 {
 var $var;

 function Klasse1($value="") {
  $this->var = $value;
 }
}


class Klasse2 extends Klasse1 {

 function Klasse2($arg="") {
   $this->var = $arg;
 }
}

$test = new Klasse2("test");
print $test->var;
?>

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by:shmert
ID: 9643424
No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this TA.
I will leave a recommendation in the Cleanup topic area that this question is:
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