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new Java


new Java — Creates a PHP object interface to a Java class.


object new Java(classname[, arg1][, . . .]);
string classname: Name of Java class to instantiate
mixed arg1 (optional): First argument to Java class constructor
mixed . . . (optional): Successive arguments to Java class constructor


Object for the requested Java class


This is not a function; rather, it's the constructor of a default class provided when Java support is available in PHP. The first parameter is the name of the Java class to instantiate. The second and following parameters, if given, are passed to the actual Java class as its arguments.


Example 622. Instantiate a Java class in PHP

echo "<h2>Testing java.util.StringTokenizer</h2>"; 
$str = new Java("java.util.StringTokenizer", "This is a test string"); 
while ($str->hasMoreTokens()) { 
   echo "Got token from string: <b>" . $str->nextToken() . "</b><br>\n"; 

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