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On 04/09/2013 01:53 AM, David Muir wrote:
On 09/04/13 10:29, Joe Watkins wrote:
On 04/08/2013 09:07 PM, Madara Uchiha wrote:
I'm with Morrison, I see no actual use for this.

It's "cool", but what would you use it for?

On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 10:47 PM, Levi Morrison
wrote:
I see little value in having a function that tells me how many objects
of any kind I have instantiated. Mostly, I see it as a way to help
teach people about assignment of objects works in PHP:

$a = new MyClass();
$b = $a;
var_dump(get_object_count());

And that's about the sum of how useful I think this is.

If it were to be able to narrow it to a specific class then it *might*
be a little more useful.

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I see some merit in the idea that during development of an application
it could be useful to get a profile view of the object store, without
affecting those objects or introducing new objects in order to provide
that view.

There are other run-time use cases, but for me, mostly development and
debugging, without being intrusive or having any real impact on the
application or object store.
Isn't that what a debugger is for?

Cheers,
David
No, that's shooting at an ant with a bazooka ...

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