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File: simpleexamples.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Useless SimpleObject method usage examples
Class: Simple Object
Base class with common variable access functions
Author: By
Last change:
Date: 10 years ago
Size: 1,330 bytes
 

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<?php
    
# SIMPLE SIMPLEOBJECT USAGE EXAMPLES
    
    
error_reporting(E_ALL);
    require_once(
'simpleobject.php');
    
    
#    Normally you should extend SimpleObject class to 
    #    make something really useful
    
$obj =& new SimpleObject(SO_STRICT);
    
$obj->init('a','<strong>Mel Gibson movie "The Passion of The Christ"</strong>');
    
$obj->init('b','');
    
    
$obj->set('b','Some people hate ');
    
$obj->append('b','object oriented scripting');

    
# no filters
    
echo $obj->get('a');
    echo 
$obj->get('b');
    
    
# htmlsafe filter:
    
echo $obj->get('a','htmlsafe');
    
    
# sqlsafe filter (for MySQL queries):
    
echo $obj->get('a','sqlsafe');
    
    
# two filters: striptags + sqlsafe
    
echo $obj->get('a',array('striptags','sqlsafe'));

    
# register filter for all getters
    
$obj->register_filter('striptags');
    echo 
$obj->get('a');
    
    
# unregister filter for all getters
    
$obj->unregister_filter('striptags');
    
    
# filters are not applied twice if you happen to call them after registering:
    
$obj->register_filter('htmlsafe');
    echo 
$obj->get('a','htmlsafe');
    
    
$obj->unregister_filter('htmlsafe');
    
    
# modify whole object with a single filter
    
$obj->apply_filter('uppercase');
    echo 
$obj->get('b');
    echo 
$obj->get('a');
    
    
# clear all object properties
    
$obj->init_object();
    
$obj->init('b');
    
$obj->append('b','Who wants to live forever?');
    echo 
$obj->get('b');
?>