ReflectionClass::getStaticProperties

(PHP 5, PHP 7)

ReflectionClass::getStaticPropertiesGets static properties

Opis

public ReflectionClass::getStaticProperties ( void ) : array

Get the static properties.

Ostrzeżenie

Ta funkcja jest obecnie nieudokumentowana, dostępna jest jedynie lista jej argumentów.

Parametry

Ta funkcja nie posiada parametrów.

Zwracane wartości

The static properties, as an array.

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joao dot felipe dot c dot b at gmail dot com
4 years ago
getStaticProperties return a set of the property itself. It's diferente from getProperties(ReflectionProperty::IS_STATIC) because it return a set of ReflectionProperty class.
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jlennox @ google mail
10 years ago
I had the need to recursive merge the results from a subclass with all of it's parents, and this was the resulting code:

<?php
function GetStaticPropertiesRecursive($class) {
   
$currentClass = $class;
   
$joinedProperties = array();
    do {
       
$reflection = new ReflectionClass($class);
       
$staticProperties = $reflection->getStaticProperties();
        foreach (
$staticProperties as $name => $value) {
            if (
is_array($value)) {
                if (isset(
$joinedProperties[$name]))
                   
$joinedProperties[$name] = array_merge($value, $joinedProperties[$name]);
                else
                   
$joinedProperties[$name] = $value;
            } else {
                if (isset(
$joinedProperties[$name]))
                   
$joinedProperties[$name][] = $value;
                else
                   
$joinedProperties[$name] = array($value);
            }
        }
    } while (
$class = get_parent_class($class));
    return
$joinedProperties;
}

Using this function:
class
base {
    public static
$Test = array("foo1", "foo2");
}
class
sub extends base {
    public static
$Test = "sub";
}

print_r(GetStaticPropertiesRecursive("sub"));
?>

That outputs:
Array
(
    [Test] => Array
        (
            [0] => foo1
            [1] => foo2
            [2] => sub
        )

)

The merge follows the rules of array_merge on duplicate keys.
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