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ReflectionClass::getMethods

(PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

ReflectionClass::getMethodsYöntemleri dizi olarak döndürür

Açıklama

public ReflectionClass::getMethods(?int $süzgeç = null): array

Sınıfın yöntemlerini bir dizi olarak döndürür.

Bağımsız Değişkenler

süzgeç

Dizinin belirli öznitelikleri içeren yöntemleri içermesini sağlayacak süzgeç.

ReflectionMethod::IS_STATIC, ReflectionMethod::IS_PUBLIC, ReflectionMethod::IS_PROTECTED, ReflectionMethod::IS_PRIVATE, ReflectionMethod::IS_ABSTRACT, ReflectionMethod::IS_FINAL sabitlerinin bitsel VEYAsı; belirtilen özniteliklerden herhangi birini içeren her yöntem döndürülür.

Bilginize: ~ gibi diğer bitsel işlemler beklendiği gibi çalışmayabilir. Örneğin, statik olmayan yöntemlerin tamamını döndürmek mümkün olmaz.

Dönen Değerler

Her yöntemi yansıtan ReflectionMethod nesnelerininin bir dizisi.

Sürüm Bilgisi

Sürüm: Açıklama
7.2.0 süzgeç artık null olabiliyor.

Örnekler

Örnek 1 - ReflectionClass::getMethods() temel kullanım örneği

<?php
class Apple {
public function
firstMethod() { }
final protected function
secondMethod() { }
private static function
thirdMethod() { }
}

$class = new ReflectionClass('Apple');
$methods = $class->getMethods();
var_dump($methods);
?>

Yukarıdaki örneğin çıktısı:

array(3) {
  [0]=>
  object(ReflectionMethod)#2 (2) {
    ["name"]=>
    string(11) "firstMethod"
    ["class"]=>
    string(5) "Apple"
  }
  [1]=>
  object(ReflectionMethod)#3 (2) {
    ["name"]=>
    string(12) "secondMethod"
    ["class"]=>
    string(5) "Apple"
  }
  [2]=>
  object(ReflectionMethod)#4 (2) {
    ["name"]=>
    string(11) "thirdMethod"
    ["class"]=>
    string(5) "Apple"
  }
}

Örnek 2 - ReflectionClass::getMethods() ve sonuçların süzülmesi

<?php
class Apple {
public function
firstMethod() { }
final protected function
secondMethod() { }
private static function
thirdMethod() { }
}

$class = new ReflectionClass('Apple');
$methods = $class->getMethods(ReflectionMethod::IS_STATIC | ReflectionMethod::IS_FINAL);
var_dump($methods);
?>

Yukarıdaki örneğin çıktısı:

array(2) {
  [0]=>
  object(ReflectionMethod)#2 (2) {
    ["name"]=>
    string(12) "secondMethod"
    ["class"]=>
    string(5) "Apple"
  }
  [1]=>
  object(ReflectionMethod)#3 (2) {
    ["name"]=>
    string(11) "thirdMethod"
    ["class"]=>
    string(5) "Apple"
  }
}

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User Contributed Notes 3 notes

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x_atrix at yahoo dot com
11 years ago
Note, for ReflectionClass::getMethods() not all methods in a final class are final, just the ones that have explicit modifier.
If you want to use an and operator for the filter, here is a simple implementation
<?php
final class Apple {
public function
publicMethod() { }
public final function
publicFinalMethod() { }
protected final function
protectedFinalMethod() { }
private static function
privateStaticMethod() { }
}

class
MyReflection extends ReflectionClass {
public function
__construct($argument) {
parent::__construct($argument);
}

/**
* (non-PHPdoc)
* @see ReflectionClass::getMethods()
*/
public function getMethods($filter = null, $useAndOperator = true) {
if (
$useAndOperator !== true) {
return
parent::getMethods($filter);
}

$methods = parent::getMethods($filter);
$results = array();

foreach (
$methods as $method) {
if ((
$method->getModifiers() & $filter) === $filter) {
$results[] = $method;
}
}

return
$results;
}
}

$class = new MyReflection('Apple');
$methods = $class->getMethods(ReflectionMethod::IS_FINAL | ReflectionMethod::IS_PUBLIC);
var_dump($methods);

$methods = $class->getMethods(ReflectionMethod::IS_FINAL | ReflectionMethod::IS_PUBLIC, false);
var_dump($methods);
?>

Result:
array(1) {
[0]=>
object(ReflectionMethod)#4 (2) {
["name"]=>
string(17) "publicFinalMethod"
["class"]=>
string(5) "Apple"
}
}

array(3) {
[0]=>
&object(ReflectionMethod)#5 (2) {
["name"]=>
string(12) "publicMethod"
["class"]=>
string(5) "Apple"
}
[1]=>
&object(ReflectionMethod)#3 (2) {
["name"]=>
string(17) "publicFinalMethod"
["class"]=>
string(5) "Apple"
}
[2]=>
&object(ReflectionMethod)#6 (2) {
["name"]=>
string(20) "protectedFinalMethod"
["class"]=>
string(5) "Apple"
}
}
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7
tom at r dot je
10 years ago
ReflectionClass::getMethods() sorts the methods by class (lowest in the inheritance tree first) then by the order they are defined in the class definition:

<?php
class A {
public function
method1() {

}

public function
method2() {

}
}

class
B extends A {

public function
method3() {

}

public function
method4() {

}
}

$class = new ReflectionClass('B');
print_r($class->getMethods());
?>

This will output:

Array
(
[0] => ReflectionMethod Object
(
[name] => method3
[class] => B
)

[1] => ReflectionMethod Object
(
[name] => method4
[class] => B
)

[2] => ReflectionMethod Object
(
[name] => method1
[class] => A
)

[3] => ReflectionMethod Object
(
[name] => method2
[class] => A
)

)
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1
deminy at deminy dot net
13 years ago
Method ReflectionClass::getMethods doesn't work constantly across different versions of PHP. For following code piece

<?php
class Dummy implements Iterator
{
public function
current () {}
public function
next () {}
public function
key () {}
public function
valid () {}
public function
rewind () {}
}

$reflection = new ReflectionClass('Dummy');
$aMethods = $reflection->getMethods();
echo
'# of methods: ', count($aMethods), "\n";
?>

, it outputs "# of methods: 10" on PHP 5.2.14 and PHP 5.2.17, including all methods defined in the class itself and in the interface no matter if a method has been implemented or overridden; however, it returns "# of methods: 5" on PHP 5.3.5. Based on some other tests did by my colleagues, I assume it also returns "# of methods: 5" on PHP 5.2.10 and PHP 5.3.6.
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