troubleshooting Question

Accessing variables/ etc out of functions in a php file

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I have this



function readAppSettings(){
    return $sql->readAppSettings();

include('mysql.php');  // mysql class

$sql = new mysql();

I mean.. that is a very cut down version without the technical variables to make it work, but thats the idea.
When i try to access $sql outside of the function, its fine.. but inside the function,its calling a non object..

Is there a way to do like

function readAppSettings(){

return parent->$sql->readAppSettings();

(you can tell i'm an actionscript guy)

How do i access the $sql without redefining it in every function?
I dont wanna reconnect every time i wanna use the function
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