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get_declared_classes — Gets the names of all declared classes.


array get_declared_class(void)


Array containing the names of all declared classes


get_declared_classes() gets the names of all declared classes and returns them in an array. The classes are listed in the order declared.


PHP Version: 4.0RC2+


Example 105. Show the default classes defined by PHP

$default_classes = get_declared_classes ();
foreach ($default_classes as $class_name)
    print $class_name . '<br />';

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