By: Rob Williams on Monday, April 20, 2009
This article aims to carry on where Thomas Pletcher's previous articles left off in introducing some of the more advanced features of PHP 5's object-oriented programming (OOP) model.
Today's focus will be on how to extend classes, through inheritance, abstractions and interfaces.
The Learning PHP Series:
Learning PHP - Part 1: A Gentle Introduction
Learning PHP - Part 2: All About Arrays
Learning PHP - Part 3: Basic Content Management
Learning PHP - Part 4: Focus on Functions
Learning PHP - Part 5: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
Learning PHP - Part 6: Class Extensions and Templates
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