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ReflectionClass::getConstructor

(PHP 5)

ReflectionClass::getConstructorRécupère le constructeur d'une classe

Description

public ReflectionMethod ReflectionClass::getConstructor ( void )

Récupère le constructeur d'une classe.

Liste de paramètres

Cette fonction ne contient aucun paramètre.

Valeurs de retour

Un objet ReflectionMethod reflétant le constructeur de la classe, ou NULL si la classe n'a pas de constructeur.

Exemples

Exemple #1 Exemple avec ReflectionClass::getConstructor()

<?php
$class 
= new ReflectionClass('ReflectionClass');
$constructor $class->getConstructor();
var_dump($constructor);
?>

L'exemple ci-dessus va afficher :

object(ReflectionMethod)#2 (2) {
  ["name"]=>
  string(11) "__construct"
  ["class"]=>
  string(15) "ReflectionClass"
}

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User Contributed Notes 2 notes

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jochem at drecomm dot nl
3 years ago
Old constructors also count as contructor:

<?php

class SomeClass {

    function
SomeClass($some_arg) {
    }

}

$refl = new ReflectionClass('SomeClass');

var_dump($refl->isInstantiable()); // bool(true)

echo $refl->getConstructor();

/* OUTPUT:
Method [ <user, ctor> public method SomeClass ] {
  @@ /var/www/vhosts/api.example.com/httpdocs/testRefl.php 5 - 6

  - Parameters [1] {
    Parameter #0 [ <required> $some_arg ]
  }
}
*/

?>

Some more behavior:

<?php

class SomeClass {

   function
funcA($arg1, $arg2) {

   }

}

$refl = new ReflectionClass('SomeClass');

var_dump($refl->isInstantiable()); // bool(true)

var_dump($refl->getConstructor()); // NULL

/* --------------- */

class AnotherClass {

   private function
__construct() {
   }

   function
funcB($arg1, $arg2) {

   }

}

$refl = new ReflectionClass('AnotherClass');

var_dump($refl->isInstantiable()); // bool(false)

echo $refl->getConstructor();
/*
Method [ <user, ctor> private method __construct ] {
  @@ /testRefl.php 22 - 23
}
*/

?>

Tested on PHP 5.2.4
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Rob McVey
4 years ago
Just posting some example code for anyone wanting to mess around with this stuff:

<?php

class Say
{
    private
$what_to_say;
    public function
__construct($no_default, $word = "Hello World", $options = array('a', 'b'))
    {
       
$this->what_to_say = $word;
    }
   
    public function
speak()
    {
        echo
$this->what_to_say;
    }
}

$class = new ReflectionClass('Say');

$constructor = $class->getConstructor();

echo
$constructor;

/*     OUTPUTS:

Method [ <user, ctor> public method __construct ] {
  @@ /reflect.php 6 - 9

  - Parameters [3] {
    Parameter #0 [ <required> $no_default ]
    Parameter #1 [ <optional> $word = 'Hello World' ]
    Parameter #2 [ <optional> $options = Array ]
  }
}

*/

$parameters = $constructor->getParameters();

var_export($parameters);

/*    OUTPUT:

array (
  0 =>
  ReflectionParameter::__set_state(array(
     'name' => 'no_default',
  )),
  1 =>
  ReflectionParameter::__set_state(array(
     'name' => 'word',
  )),
  2 =>
  ReflectionParameter::__set_state(array(
     'name' => 'options',
  )),
)

*/

$nl = "\n";
echo
"$nl\tParameters$nl";
foreach(
$parameters as $param)
{
    echo
"****** $" . $param->name . " ******$nl";
    echo
"Nullable:\t\t" . $param->allowsNull() . $nl
        
."Default Value:\t\t";
    echo (
$param->isDefaultValueAvailable()) ? $param->getDefaultValue() : "None";
    echo
$nl ."Is Array:\t\t";
    echo (
$param->isArray()) ? "Yes" : "No";
    echo
$nl . "Optional:\t\t";
    echo (
$param->isOptional()) ? "Yes" : "No";
    echo
$nl;
}

/*    OUTPUT:

    Parameters
****** $no_default ******
Nullable:        1
Default Value:    None
Is Array:        No
Optional:        No
****** $word ******
Nullable:        1
Default Value:    Hello World
Is Array:        No
Optional:        Yes
****** $options ******
Nullable:        1
Default Value:    Array
Is Array:        No
Optional:        Yes

*/

?>

To clarify the possibly confusing behavior of ReflectionParemeter::isArray(), it will return true if the parameter has type hinting:

<?php
...
public function
__construct($no_default, $word = "Hello World", array $options = array('a', 'b'))
...
?>

Calling isArray() will now return true for the $options parameter
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