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    Arrays and other functions

    Hi,

    I'm reasonably experienced with php.. but still dont understand the concept of

    -> and =>

    eg:
    return $this->response;
    or
    $this->request_string .= $this->ValidRequestPair($key, $value);

    Thanks!
    Dan.

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    unfortunately, i still dont grasp it 100%

    from what i gather saying $this->result is the same as saying $result ?

    so why the $this? and is it always the term '$this' ?

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    this is unravelling a whole new confusing world of php i havent come across..

    'Classes'. What the?

    there's a lot of these -> some of these :: and some of these =>

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    This should explain it a bit more. http://www.informit.com/articles/art...p?p=24607&rl=1


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