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Date:Wed Apr 13 18:04:20 2011
Subject:Re: Class Constants
That didn't quite work. Here's what I did:
$const=$argv[1];
$value=email::$const;

When I run it I get an "Access to undeclared static property" error.

Thanks!
Floyd

On Apr 13, 2011, at 1:16 PM, Richard Quadling wrote:

> On 13 April 2011 17:45, Floyd Resler <[email protected]> wrote:
>> I'm doing some testing from the command line and would like to be able =
>> to pass along a constant from a class. For example:
>> php emailTest.,php OrderConfirmation
>>
>> OrderConfirmation is a constant in a class. Is there any way I can take =
>> the value passed on the command line and have PHP figure out which =
>> constant is equals?
>>
>> Thanks!
>> Floyd
>
> In your script ...
>
> <?php
> print_r($argv); // Requires ini setting to set argv and argc.
> // or
> print_r($GLOBALS['argv']); //
> ?>
>
> Once you've got the value, you can ...
>
> $s_ConstantValue = className::$s_ConstantNameFromCommandLine;
>
> sort of thing.
>
>
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