2018-04-18 13:59
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I'm trying to push an array into a variable in php7. My code is:

public $services = array(
    '01' => 'Canada Post - Priority',
    '02' => 'Canada Post - Regular Parcel',
    '03' => 'Canada Post - Xpresspost',
    '04' => 'Purolator Express 9AM',
    '05' => 'Purolator Express 1030AM',
    '06' => 'Purolator Express',
    '07' => 'Purolator Ground',

Instead of the harded code part I wish to push my array that I've obtain in this way

public function easypost_database()

        $cas = \EasyPost\CarrierAccount::all();
        $carriers = array();
        foreach($cas as $key=>$value) {
            $carriers[] = $value['type'];


       return $carriers;

My array $carriers looks like that;

Array ( [0] => CanadaPostAccount 
[1] => PurolatorAccount )

The problem is that when I associate my variable with my array my code breaks.

public $services = $carriers;


public $services = $this->easypost_database();

won't work.

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  • duanhai4046 2018-04-18 14:38

    What you are doing wont work, and it is basically poorly designed.

    If you need to use $carriers inside the class where you define easypost_database(), you should probably inject this dependency when creating this object.

    You'd have:

    class MyClass {
       protected $services;
       public function __construct(array $services) {
         $this->services = $services;

    Without knowing more about your system it's not possible to guess how are you resolving your dependencies or if you are using any type of container or service locator. But putting it simply, to instantiate this object you'd need to do something like:

    $cas = \EasyPost\CarrierAccount::all();
    $carriers = [];
    foreach($cas as $key=>$value) {
        $carriers[] = $value['type'];
    $foo = new MyClass($carriers);

    And now you'd be able to access $this->services from within your class.

    But properties definition need to be able to be resolved at compile time, so the kind of expression you want to use would never work.

    From the manual:

    This declaration may include an initialization, but this initialization must be a constant value--that is, it must be able to be evaluated at compile time and must not depend on run-time information in order to be evaluated.

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