> Thanks for your suggestions.
>> > I introduced new function to initialize set of properties of
>> > PMA_DisplayResults class which are not set inside the constructor.
>> > That functions is appeared as processParams().
>> > But I'm not sure its a good name for that method.
>> > Will a name like setProperties() or setAdditionalProperties() more
>> > suitable
>> > for this function ?
>> > Welcome to any suggestions.
>> Hi Chanaka,
>> Assuming that you are talking about the properties that are not set
>> with a constructor parameter (the properties should be defined in the
>> constructor anyway, but not necessarely with a value supplied by a
>> constructor parameter), I think setProperties() is the best choice.
> Yes, that's good.
>> Would this method only set the properties that cannot be set with a
>> constructor parameter, or just any property?
> This method only set the properties which cannot be set in constructor.
>> Maybe you can consider calling it setProperty($name, $value). This
>> enables you to set just any parameter.
> The class already have a method called __set($name, $value) to set any of
> the property in class.
> But since there are around 17 properties to initialized, I think better to
> use this setProperties() method.
>> How are your properties defined? As single variables? Or as an array
>> of properties?
> Sorry if I'm not calling to your question. (I'm not clear about what you try
> to ask.)

This is what I meant : Do you have a single array (or an container
class) with properties, like :

private $_properties = array();

or do you define all your properties seperately (ommiting the
docblocks in this example) :

private $_property1;
private $_property2;
private $_property3;
private $_propertyN;

Hi Dieter,

Now I got that.
I have defined them separately as your second example.

Regards !

Chanaka Indrajith
Bsc.Computer Engineering Undergraduate
Faculty of Engineering
University of Peradeniya
Sri Lanka