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get_extension_funcs — Lists functions in a module.


array get_extension_funcs(extension);
string extension: Module name


Functions available in a module (extension)


Returns an array of all the functions available in the specified module. Internal PHP functions are listed under the "standard" module. A list of all functions available in a particular build of PHP can be extracted using get_defined_functions() .


Existing since version 4.0

See also

See also: get_loaded_extensions


Example 996. Display current functions in a module

echo "<UL>\n";

// loop through each loaded extension
foreach(get_loaded_extensions() as $module) {
   echo "<LI>$module\n";

   echo "<UL>\n";
 // show each function in the module
   foreach(get_extension_funcs($module) as $func) {
      echo "<LI>$func\n";
   echo "</UL>\n";

echo "<UL>\n";

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