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Christian Stocker's Blog:
FOTD REFLECTIONCLASS()->NEWINSTANCEARGS($ARGS) is "slow"
September 18, 2008 @ 13:17:36

Christan Stocker has posted a finding of the day that he ran across and wanted to share to help out other developers out there:

For okapi we needed to have a function which loads any class with any number of arguments. This is not so easy in PHP as it looks like [...] Since 5.1.3 you can use the reflection extension to do this much nicer.

The difference comes in at about half the time for both side of the examples - with the switch and via reflection.

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