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__get to echo name

Posted on 2014-04-29
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class person{
  
  public function __construct($name,$age){
  $this->name=$name;
  $this->age=$age;  
  }
  public function __get($variable){
    echo '<h1>this it the variable: '.$variable.'</h1>';
  }
}


$obj=new person('jon',29);
echo '<br>name is: '.$obj->__get();

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I remember that the magic method __get is called but I forget how to call in order to echo name
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Question by:rgb192
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OmniUnlimited earned 500 total points
ID: 40031114
This should do it:

class person{
  public $name;
  
  public function __construct($name,$age){
  $this->name=$name;
  $this->age=$age;  
  }
  public function __get($variable){
    echo '<h1>this it the variable: '.$variable.'</h1>';
  }
}


$obj=new person('jon',29);
echo '<br>name is: '.$obj->__get($obj->name); 

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by:rgb192
ID: 40031157
thanks
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