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ReflectionClass::newInstanceArgs

(PHP 5 >= 5.1.3)

ReflectionClass::newInstanceArgsCreates a new class instance from given arguments.

Description

public object ReflectionClass::newInstanceArgs ([ array $args ] )

Creates a new instance of the class, the given arguments are passed to the class constructor.

Parameters

args

The parameters to be passed to the class constructor as an array.

Return Values

Returns a new instance of the class.

Examples

Example #1 Basic usage of ReflectionClass::newInstanceArgs()

<?php
$class 
= new ReflectionClass('ReflectionFunction');
$instance $class->newInstanceArgs(array('substr'));
var_dump($instance);
?>

The above example will output:

 object(ReflectionFunction)#2 (1) { ["name"]=> string(6) "substr" } 

Errors/Exceptions

A ReflectionException if the class constructor is not public.

A ReflectionException if the class does not have a constructor and the args parameter contains one or more parameters.

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