PHP arrays are cool, but if you are switching to the modern coding standards (OOP) you are probably in need of objects more often.

PHP provides a very easy way to change the type of a variable from an array to an object. It’s done via typecasting.

Here’s an example:

'John',
	'surname'=>'Walker'
);

// The actual conversion
$obj = (object) $arr;

echo $obj->name; // Will display John
?>

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