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what exactly is the arrow for in Php?


galvin
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I have been using PHP for a while now and just recently we started using Joomla at work (which uses PHP and MySQL) and in digging through code, I'm seeing a lot of instances where there is code with an arrow, such as...

 

something -> somethingelse()

 

I'm seeing it A LOT so either I somehow missed a big part of PHP along the way, or maybe it's a not-so popular syntax where the goal can be accomplished another way???

 

Anyway, I am trying to google it but not really sure what to search for. 

 

Can anyone briefly explain what this arrow means, or guide me in a direction where I can learn more about it online?

 

Thanks

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