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parsekit_compile_file

Compile a string of PHP code and return the resulting op array (PECL parsekit:0.2-1.2)
array parsekit_compile_file ( string filename [, array &errors [, int options]] )

Warning:

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, the name of this function, and anything else documented about this function may change without notice in a future release of PHP. Use this function at your own risk.

Parameters

filename

A string containing the name of the file to compile. Similar to the argument to include().

errors

A 2D hash of errors (including fatal errors) encountered during compilation. Returned by reference.

options

One of either PARSEKIT_QUIET or PARSEKIT_SIMPLE. To produce varying degrees of verbosity in the returned output.

Return Values

Returns a complex multi-layer array structure as detailed below.

Examples

Example 1707. parsekit_compile_file() example

<?php
var_dump
(parsekit_compile_file('hello_world.php', $errors, PARSEKIT_SIMPLE));
?>

The above example will output:

array(5) {
 [0]=>
 string(37) "ZEND_ECHO UNUSED 'Hello World' UNUSED"
 [1]=>
 string(30) "ZEND_RETURN UNUSED NULL UNUSED"
 [2]=>
 string(42) "ZEND_HANDLE_EXCEPTION UNUSED UNUSED UNUSED"
 ["function_table"]=>
 NULL
 ["class_table"]=>
 NULL
}