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PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   $bytes = random_bytes(5);
   print(bin2hex($bytes));
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   class MyClass1 { 
      public $obj1prop;   
   }
   class MyClass2 {
      public $obj2prop;
   }

   $obj1 = new MyClass1();
   $obj1->obj1prop = 1;
   $obj2 = new MyClass2();
   $obj2->obj2prop = 2;

   $serializedObj1 = serialize($obj1);
   $serializedObj2 = serialize($obj2);

   // default behaviour that accepts all classes
   // second argument can be ommited.
   // if allowed_classes is passed as false, unserialize converts all objects into __PHP_Incomplete_Class object
   $data = unserialize($serializedObj1 , ["allowed_classes" => true]);

   // converts all objects into __PHP_Incomplete_Class object except those of MyClass1 and MyClass2
   $data2 = unserialize($serializedObj2 , ["allowed_classes" => ["MyClass1", "MyClass2"]]);

   print($data->obj1prop);
   print("<br/>");
   print($data2->obj2prop);
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   class A {
      private $x = 1;
   }

   // PHP 7+ code, Define
   $value = function() {
      return $this->x;
   };

   print($value->call(new A));
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   class A {
      private $x = 1;
   }

   // Define a closure Pre PHP 7 code
   $getValue = function() {
      return $this->x;
   };

   // Bind a clousure
   $value = $getValue->bindTo(new A, 'A'); 

   print($value());
?>

PHP7 Anonymous Classes

php

<?php
   interface Logger {
      public function log(string $msg);
   }

   class Application {
      private $logger;

      public function getLogger(): Logger {
         return $this->logger;
      }

      public function setLogger(Logger $logger) {
         $this->logger = $logger;
      }  
   }

   $app = new Application;
   $app->setLogger(new class implements Logger {
      public function log(string $msg) {
         print($msg);
      }
   });

   $app->getLogger()->log("My first Log Message");
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   //define a array using define function
   define('animals', [
      'dog',
      'cat',
      'bird'
   ]);
   print(animals[1]);
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   //integer comparison
   print( 1 <=> 1);print("<br/>");
   print( 1 <=> 2);print("<br/>");
   print( 2 <=> 1);print("<br/>");
   print("<br/>");
   //float comparison
   print( 1.5 <=> 1.5);print("<br/>");
   print( 1.5 <=> 2.5);print("<br/>");
   print( 2.5 <=> 1.5);print("<br/>");
   print("<br/>");
   //string comparison
   print( "a" <=> "a");print("<br/>");
   print( "a" <=> "b");print("<br/>");
   print( "b" <=> "a");print("<br/>");
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   // fetch the value of $_GET['user'] and returns 'not passed'
   // if username is not passed
   $username = $_GET['username'] ?? 'not passed';
   print($username);
   print("<br/>");

   // Equivalent code using ternary operator
   $username = isset($_GET['username']) ? $_GET['username'] : 'not passed';
   print($username);
   print("<br/>");
   // Chaining ?? operation
   $username = $_GET['username'] ?? $_POST['username'] ?? 'not passed';
   print($username);
?>

PHP7 Valid Return Type

php

<?php
   declare(strict_types = 1);
   function returnIntValue(int $value): int {
      return $value;
   }
   print(returnIntValue(5));
?>

PHP7 Strict Mode Scalar Type

php

<?php
   // Strict mode
   declare(strict_types=1);
   function sum(int ...$ints) {
      return array_sum($ints);
   }
   print(sum(2, '3', 4.1));
?>

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