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get_class_vars — Gets the member variables (and their default values) for a class.


array get_class_vars(class_name);
string class_name: Class for which you want to find the member variable names


Associative array; FALSE if class_name is not the name of a defined class


get_class_vars() finds the names of the member variables for a given class and returns them as an associative array containing the name of the object's member variables as array keys and the default values of the member variables as array values.


PHP Version: 4.0RC1+


Example 104. Display the member variables and their default values for a class

class location {
    var $x_axis = 0;
    var $y_axis = 0;
    var $z_axis = 0;

// Find the member variables of the location class
$var_names = get_class_vars ('location');

// Display the member variable names
print "<pre>The location class has the following member variables:\n\n";
print_r ($var_names);
print '</pre>';

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