PHP 7.4.0 alpha 1 Released

spl_classes

(PHP 5, PHP 7)

spl_classesReturn available SPL classes

Description

spl_classes ( void ) : array

This function returns an array with the current available SPL classes.

Parameters

This function has no parameters.

Return Values

Returns an array containing the currently available SPL classes.

Examples

Example #1 spl_classes() example

<?php

print_r
(spl_classes());

?>

The above example will output something similar to:

Array
(
    [ArrayObject] => ArrayObject
    [ArrayIterator] => ArrayIterator
    [CachingIterator] => CachingIterator
    [RecursiveCachingIterator] => RecursiveCachingIterator
    [DirectoryIterator] => DirectoryIterator
    [FilterIterator] => FilterIterator
    [LimitIterator] => LimitIterator
    [ParentIterator] => ParentIterator
    [RecursiveDirectoryIterator] => RecursiveDirectoryIterator
    [RecursiveIterator] => RecursiveIterator
    [RecursiveIteratorIterator] => RecursiveIteratorIterator
    [SeekableIterator] => SeekableIterator
    [SimpleXMLIterator] => SimpleXMLIterator
)

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