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File: test_purephp.php
Role: Example script
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Description: Example script
Class: cjEvents
Handle browser events in PHP
Author: By
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Date: 4 years ago
Size: 1,506 bytes
 

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<?php
include_once 'event.php';

session_start();
$handler cjEventHandler::singleton();

function 
simplecallback()
{
    echo 
"Simplecallback has been called\n<br/>\n";
    
$args func_get_args();
    
var_dump($args);
    echo 
"\n<br/>\n";
}

class 
simpleclass
{
    function 
__construct()
    {}

    function 
methodcallback()
    {
        echo 
"methodcallback has been called\n<br/>\n";
        
$args func_get_args();
        
var_dump($args);
        echo 
"\n<br/>\n";
    }

    static function 
staticcallback()
    {
        echo 
"staticcallback has been called\n<br/>\n";
        
$args func_get_args();
        
var_dump($args);
        echo 
"\n<br/>\n";
    }
}

// First test: simplecallback: just call a function when you get an event: simple_event
$handler->simple_event "simplecallback";
$handler->raise('simple_event', array("arg1", array('arg2-0''arg2-1')));

// Second test: method callback.
// We can also call methods of an instantiated object by giving an array with the object name and
// the name of the method to call
$obj = new simpleclass();
$handler->attach("method_event", array($obj'methodcallback'));
$handler->raise('method_event', array("argument"));

// Third test: static method callback
$handler->attach("static_event", array('simpleclass''staticcallback'));
$handler->raise('static_event''argument1''argument2');


// Handle all the raised events if not handled immediately after the raising
$handler->handle();
//$_SESSION['cjEventHandler'] = $handler;
?>