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DevShed:
Introduction to Creating Command Objects with PHP 5
December 12, 2006 @ 14:32:00

DevShed starts off a new series today in this first part of the series looking at the creation of and working with command objects in PHP5.

In this article, the first part of a series, you'll learn the basics of applying the command pattern with PHP 5. As always, plenty of hands-on examples are included.

A command class involves having a commander and the implementers that work together to do things like (what they illustrate) manipulating strings. They create the commander class and give a simple example of a subclass that implements it. They create a few more and tie them all into a master class to work together. Finally, they give an illustration of the code in action - uppercasing a string and inverting it to read backwards, then output.

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