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Objects Conceptual overview Classes Defining a class How to design your class Basic inheritance Overriding functions Objects Variables The 'this' variable Objects within objects Access control modifiers Public Private Protected Final Abstract Iterating through object variables Object type information Class type hints Constructors and destructors Parent constructors Destructors Deleting objects Copying objects Comparing objects with == and === Saving objects Magic functions __autoload() __get() __set() __call() __toString() Static data Helpful utility functions Interfaces Deferencing object return values The Object-Oriented Website A basic OOP site A more complex OOP website Summary Exercises Further reading Next chapter
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