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Hi to al!

 

Let's say we have an object $object and its properties are unknown. But i do have an array $oeject_properties which values are the object's properties. I know i can't access a property like this: $object->$oeject_properties['property_name'].

 

How i should do it???

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Unless the properties aren't public (eg: Private and I believe protected) then you should be able to do either:

 

$object->$object_properties['prop_name'];

 

or

 

$object->{$object_properties['prop_name']};

 

Both appear to work equally for me:

 

<?php
class someclass {
public $something = 356;

public function __construct()
{}
}

$c = new someclass();
$obj_props['prop_name'] = 'something';

echo $c->$obj_props['prop_name'];
?>

Edited by Coreinsanity

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