MEOW_User :: __get( String $name )

Returns:

  • Mixed The object or literal, if anything is found.
  • WOOF_Silent A silent object to allow for silent failure, if nothing is found.

Implements the PHP magic method __get called when an unknown property is accessed. In this case, the method first tries to access a value via the MEOW_User::__get method, and if nothing is found, will then try to access a set with the given name. This is the favoured way to access field sets in your templates, as it the most user friendly and concise way to write template code.

WOOF_Wrap::get is favoured first since this allows mixin methods (see: mixin) to take priority over field sets, since we can always access a set via the standard MEOW_User::set if a mixin method shares the name of a set, but not the other way round.

Note: this method is not called directly, it is called automatically by PHP if there is no property with the given name (accessed through the arrow operator on the object).

Example:

Parameters:

  • String $name

    The name of the property to retrieve.

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