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Deprecated features in PHP 5.3.x


Deprecated features in PHP 5.3.x

PHP 5.3.0 introduces two new error levels: E_DEPRECATED and E_USER_DEPRECATED. The E_DEPRECATED error level is used to indicate that a function or feature has been deprecated. The E_USER_DEPRECATED level is intended for indicating deprecated features in user code, similarly to the E_USER_ERROR and E_USER_WARNING levels.

The following is a list of deprecated INI directives. Use of any of these INI directives will cause an E_DEPRECATED error to be thrown at startup.

Deprecated functions:

Deprecated features:

  • Assigning the return value of new by reference is now deprecated.
  • Call-time pass-by-reference is now deprecated.


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