Some questions and answers that I've assembled in an effort to better understand OOP. If you could read through them and either affirm my answers as correct, or alert me to my being less than accurate...
Here we go:
What's a Construct?
A construct is a function that you use to define properties in the context of your class.
What's an Accessor?
An Accessor is a function that is used to define a Property for a Class. The Property has to be assigned a visibility value of "private' in order for it to work, but this is a handy way to manipulate Property values within a Class (http://coursesweb.net/php-mysql/php-oop-accessor-destructor
What's the difference between Construct and Accessor if they're both used to define a Property?
(I'm weak on this one...)
Flexibility. With an Accessor you can make changes on the fly, but with Construct, you're establishing a programmatic foundation that doesn't allow for the Property values to be changed as easily...?
I'll be posting several questions today in the context of "Definitions and Theory." Feel free to weigh in however and whenever you would like. Thanks in advance for helping me get my mental arms around all of this...?