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Reddit.com:
What single feature do you want to see added to PHP?
September 06, 2013 @ 10:33:10

On Reddit.com today chadicus has asked the question that seems to make the rounds every so often in the community - what feature would you like added to the PHP language itself (not a class or a library). There's a wide range of responses (including his own for extension classes) like:

  • Native internationalization (I18N) support.
  • Function overloading
  • Native JSON construction/manipulation
  • Consistent naming of the built-in functions (i.e., strpos(), str_rot13()).
  • Variadic function definitions
  • Property Get/Set syntax

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David Sklar's Blog:
PHP Cookbook, 2nd Edition
August 29, 2006 @ 12:58:23

David Skalr shares some good news on the publishing front - the latest version (second edition) of the "PHP Cookbook" is rolling off the presses.

The new edition of PHP Cookbook is on the way! I got one copy yesterday, so it should be making its way into bookstores and online-bookstore-warehouses any day now.

Updates included in this edition are:

  • revamped XML and OOP sections
  • new PDO information
  • information on testing code
  • performance tuning
  • regular expressions
Check out the O'Reilly page of the book for complete information.

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