How to read multi layer php object?

by dalton_moen , in category: PHP General , 5 months ago

How to read multi layer php object?

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by filiberto , 5 months ago

@dalton_moen 

To read a multi-layer PHP object, you can use the "->" operator to access the properties and methods of each layer.


Here's an example of how you can read a multi-layer PHP object:

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// Assume we have a multi-layer object like this:
$object = new stdClass();
$object->property1 = "Value 1";
$object->property2 = new stdClass();
$object->property2->property3 = "Value 2";

// Accessing the properties:
echo $object->property1;  // Output: Value 1
echo $object->property2->property3;  // Output: Value 2

// You can also store intermediate values in variables for easier reading:
$property2 = $object->property2;
echo $property2->property3;  // Output: Value 2

// If the object has methods, you can call them using the same "->" operator:
$object->method1();
$property2->method2();


By using the "->" operator to access the properties and methods of each layer, you can read a multi-layer PHP object easily.