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Constructs an enumeger object type


SplEnum::__construct

(PECL spl_types >= 0.1.0)

SplEnum::__constructConstructs an enumeger object type

Description

SplEnum::__construct() ( void )

This constructor is used to set the value and the strictness of the "Enum" Object.

Parameters

input

The input parameter accepts an integer and will throw an UnexpectedValueException if anything else is passed.

strict

A boolean variable to indicate wether the object's strictness should be set or not.

Return Values

No value is returned.

Examples

Example #1 SplEnum::__construct() example

<?php

class EnumOne extends SplEnum
{
    const 
__default 1;
}

class 
EnumTwo extends SplEnum
{
    const 
__default 2;
}

class 
EnumThree extends SplEnum
{
    const 
__default 3;
}

$enumOne   = new EnumOne();
$enumTwo   = new EnumTwo();
$enumThree = new EnumThree();


echo 
'Enum one  : ' $enumOne   PHP_EOL;
echo 
'Enum two  : ' $enumTwo   PHP_EOL;
echo 
'Enum three: ' $enumThree PHP_EOL;
?>

The above example will output:

Enum one  : 1
Enum two  : 2
Enum three: 3

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