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Thursday 12 March 2015 7:01:02 pm - 1 reply

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Upcoming PHP 7.0 is starting to shape up as a very exciting release in similar way as 5.0 and 5.3 was. Some of the biggest language improvements center around type handling. The type casting rules are being cleaned up, return types was recently accepted, nullable (argument) types are in draft, but scalar type hints for function/method arguments are once again causing  major  debates within the PHP (internals) community, this post is thus mainly targeted at PHP internals and others interested in what is going on currently around PHP.

Sunday 22 March 2015 4:48:21 am


I saw this in /r/php today and thought I would share here:

Scalar type declarations merged into php7-master branch



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