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Last updated: Tue, 19 Sep 2006


(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0)

aggregate_methods_by_regexp --  Selective class methods aggregation to an object using a regular expression


void aggregate_methods_by_regexp ( object object, string class_name, string regexp [, bool exclude] )

Aggregates methods from a class to an existing object using a regular expression to match method names. The optional parameter exclude is used to decide whether the regular expression will select the names of methods to include in the aggregation (i.e. exclude is FALSE, which is the default value), or to exclude from the aggregation (exclude is TRUE).

The class constructor or methods whose names start with an underscore character (_), which are considered private to the aggregated class, are always excluded.

See also aggregate(), aggregate_info(), aggregate_methods(), aggregate_methods_by_list(), aggregate_properties(), aggregate_properties_by_list(), aggregate_properties_by_regexp(), deaggregate()

Last updated: Tue, 19 Sep 2006