Originally Posted by Custard7A
Still, all I've really seen of PHP-OO seems to be "objects" containing procedural code in the methods.
As opposed to what?
Originally Posted by firepages
For years its been noted that PHP OO does not have, this that or the other... overloading, abstracts, interfaces all jump to mind, we have those now
, namespaces etc + the old multiple inheritance question which no one can agree on in any language
PHP has overloading?
From what I've seen of PHP OO, it seems fairly strong. Sure, it's missing some things but one of the core advantages remains: reusability. I think it's also more legible at times as well. As far as slugging the system, I don't think PHP OO compares to Java in that manner at all. You write objects and methods that you will need, not use a database like Java's.