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What are PHP Misc functions?

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What are PHP Misc functions?
posted May 31, 2018 by anonymous

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The misc. functions are part of the PHP core. No installation is required to use these functions.

some of misc functions
- ignore_user_abort
- browscap
- highlight.bg
- highlight.default
- highlight.html

answer Jun 30, 2018 by Maninder Bath
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The misc. functions were only placed here because none of the other categories seemed to fit.
The misc. functions are part of the PHP core. No installation is required to use these functions.

some of misc functions
- ignore_user_abort
- highlight.bg
- highlight.default
- highlight.html
- browscap

answer Aug 14 by Siddhi Patel
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It has been down-voted 81 times. Is that because the operator is not called the "object operator"? Or is it because the note says that the operator is not listed?

I apologize if my criticism is not appropriate, but the operator is not properly documented. The "->" operator should be listed among the other PHP operators and there should be documentation of it.

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