Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 20th Feb 2006 17:55 UTC
General Development "The introduction of new object-oriented programming features in PHP V5 has significantly raised the level of functionality in this programming language. Not only can you have private, protected, and public member variables and functions - just as you would in the Java, C++, or C# programming languages - but you can also create objects that bend at runtime, creating new methods and member variables on the fly. You can't do that with the Java, C++, or C# languages. This kind of functionality makes super-rapid application development systems, such as Ruby on Rails, possible."
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No actually I`ve been saying it will NOT cause security issues and I asked for an example that would show an example of one.
To clarify I`m mainly talking about the adding of methods dynamically, SQL injection is another issue alltogether.

Hope this clears up the confusion as I know I`m confused about how you understood my reply the way you did ;) , maybe some sleep for me is on the cards.

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