Electrify your
Code with
PHP Generators
PHP Generators
• http://www.slideshare.net/MarkBakerUK/generators-49071693
PHP Generators
Wikipedia defines a Generator as:
A generator is very similar to a function that returns an array, in that
...
PHP Generators
• Introduced in PHP 5.5
• Iterable (Traversable) Objects
• Can return a series of values, one at a time
• M...
PHP Generators
• Don’t
• Add anything to PHP that couldn’t be done before
• Do
• Allow you to perform iterative operations...
PHP Generators
• Automatically created when PHP identifies a function or method
containing the “yield” keyword
function my...
PHP Generators
• Implemented as an Object
final class Generator implements Iterator {
mixed current( void );
mixed key( vo...
PHP Generators
function xrange($lower, $upper) {
for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) {
yield $i;
}
}
$rangeGenerator = x...
PHP Generators
function xrange($lower, $upper) {
for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) {
yield $i;
}
}
foreach (xrange(0,1...
PHP Generators
foreach (range(0,65535) as $i => $value) {
echo $i , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL;
}
function xrange($lower, $u...
PHP Generators
function xlColumnRange($lower, $upper) {
++$upper;
for ($i = $lower; $i != $upper; ++$i) {
yield $i;
}
}
fo...
PHP Generators
$isEven = function ($value) {
return !($value & 1);
};
$isOdd = function ($value) {
return $value & 1;
};
f...
PHP Generators
$data = range(1,10);
echo 'xFilter for Odd Numbers', PHP_EOL;
foreach (xFilter($isOdd, $data) as $i)
echo('...
PHP Generators
• Can return both a value and a “pseudo” key
• By default
• The key is an integer value
• Starting with 0 f...
PHP Generators
• Default key behaviour can be changed
• Syntax is:
yield $key => $value;
• Unlike array keys:
• “Pseudo” k...
PHP Generators
function xrange($lower, $upper) {
$k = $upper;
for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) {
yield $k-- => $i;
}
...
PHP Generators
function duplicateKeys($lower, $upper) {
for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) {
yield (($i-1) % 3) + 1 => ...
PHP Generators
function duplicateKeys($string) {
$string = strtolower($string);
$length = strlen($string);
for ($i = 0; $i...
PHP Generators
function floatKeys($lower, $upper) {
for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) {
yield ($i / 5) => $i;
}
}
fore...
PHP Generators
• It is possible to access generated values “by reference”
• The generator must be declared “by reference”
...
PHP Generators
function &byReference2($size) {
for($val=1, $key=1; $key <= $size; ++$val, ++$key) {
yield $key => $val;
}
...
PHP Generators
• Data can be passed to the generator
• Sometimes called a “Coroutine” when used in this way
• Not strictly...
PHP Generators
$data = array(
'Squirtle',
'Jigglypuff',
'Charmander',
'Bulbasaur',
'White DPC Elephpant',
);
function gene...
PHP Generators
$logFileName = __DIR__ . '/error.log';
function logger($logFileName) {
$f = fopen($logFileName, 'a');
while...
PHP Generators
• It is possible to combine a Generator
to both send and accept data
PHP Generators
function generatorSend($limit) {
for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) {
yield $i => pow($i, $i);
$continue = yi...
PHP Generators (Gotcha)
function generatorSend($limit) {
for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) {
yield pow($i, $i);
$continue =...
PHP Generators
function generatorSend($limit) {
for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) {
$continue = (yield pow($i, $i));
if (!$...
PHP Generators (Gotcha)
function generatorSend($limit) {
for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) {
$continue = (yield pow($i, $i)...
PHP Generators (Gotcha)
function generatorSend($limit) {
for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) {
$continue = (yield pow($i, $i)...
PHP Generators (Gotcha)
function generatorSend($limit) {
for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) {
$continue = (yield pow($i, $i)...
PHP Generators
• By sending data into a Generator
it is possible to change its behaviour
PHP Generators
function diamond($size) {
$i = $key = 1;
do {
$ascending = (yield $key => str_repeat(' ', $size - $i) .
str...
PHP Generators
function adjustableIncrementor($value = 1, $increment = 1) {
do {
$increment = (yield $value);
$value += $i...
PHP Generators
function adjustableIncrementor($value = 1, $increment = 1) {
do {
$increment = (yield $value);
$value += $i...
PHP Generators
• We can also throw an Exception into a Generator
• A Try/Catch block should be defined in the Generator
• ...
PHP Generators
function filteredNumbers(Callable $filter) {
$i = 1;
try {
do {
if (call_user_func($filter, $i)) {
yield $i...
PHP Generators
$primes = filteredNumbers($isPrime);
foreach ($primes as $counter => $prime) {
if ($prime > 50) {
$primes->...
PHP Generators
• You can’t pass Generators as arguments to array functions
So you can’t call array_map() or array_reduce()...
PHP Generators
function filteredNumbers(Callable $filter) {
$i = 1;
do {
if (call_user_func($filter, $i)) {
yield $i;
}
} ...
PHP Generators
function filteredValueLimit(Traversable $filter, $limit) {
foreach ($filter as $value) {
if ($value > $limi...
PHP Generators
function mappedFilterList(Traversable $filter, Callable $callback) {
foreach ($filter as $value) {
yield $v...
PHP Generators
$primes = filteredNumbers($isPrime);
$primes64 = filteredValueLimit($primes, 64);
$primesSquared = mappedFi...
PHP Generators
function reduceFilterList(Traversable $filter, Callable $callback, $initial) {
$result = $initial;
foreach(...
PHP Generators
$primes = filteredNumbers2($isPrime);
$primes64 = filteredValueLimit($primes, 64);
$sumPrimes = reduceFilte...
PHP Generators
• Limitations
• Can’t be Extended
• Can’t be Serialized
• Can’t be “Rewound”
PHP Generators
• Additional Reading:
• http://blog.ircmaxell.com/2012/07/what-generators-can-do-for-you.html
• http://niki...
Electrify your code with
PHP Generators
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InnovEd (Innovative Solutions for Education) Learning Ltd
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  1. 1. Electrify your Code with PHP Generators
  2. 2. PHP Generators • http://www.slideshare.net/MarkBakerUK/generators-49071693
  3. 3. PHP Generators Wikipedia defines a Generator as: A generator is very similar to a function that returns an array, in that a generator has parameters, can be called, and generates a sequence of values. However, instead of building an array containing all the values and returning them all at once, a generator yields the values one at a time, which requires less memory and allows the caller to get started processing the first few values immediately. In short, a generator looks like a function but behaves like an iterator.
  4. 4. PHP Generators • Introduced in PHP 5.5 • Iterable (Traversable) Objects • Can return a series of values, one at a time • Maintain state between iterations • Can accept values when sent to the generator • Similar to enumerators in Ruby, or Sequence Expressions in F#
  5. 5. PHP Generators • Don’t • Add anything to PHP that couldn’t be done before • Do • Allow you to perform iterative operations without an array to iterate • Potentially reduce memory use • Potentially faster than iterating over an array • Can be type-hinted in function/method definitions • Potentially cleaner and shorter code • Add semantics to your code
  6. 6. PHP Generators • Automatically created when PHP identifies a function or method containing the “yield” keyword function myGeneration() { yield 1; } $generator = myGeneration(); var_dump($generator); object(Generator)#1 (0) { }
  7. 7. PHP Generators • Implemented as an Object final class Generator implements Iterator { mixed current( void ); mixed key( void ); void next( void ); void rewind( void ); mixed send( mixed $value ); mixed throw( Exception $exception ); bool valid( void ); public void __wakeup ( void ) } • Can’t be extended
  8. 8. PHP Generators function xrange($lower, $upper) { for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) { yield $i; } } $rangeGenerator = xrange(0,10); while ($rangeGenerator->valid()) { $key = $rangeGenerator->key(); $value = $rangeGenerator->current(); echo $key , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; $rangeGenerator->next(); }
  9. 9. PHP Generators function xrange($lower, $upper) { for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) { yield $i; } } foreach (xrange(0,10) as $key => $value) { echo $key , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; }
  10. 10. PHP Generators foreach (range(0,65535) as $i => $value) { echo $i , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; } function xrange($lower, $upper) { for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) { yield $i; } } foreach (xrange(0, 65535) as $i => $value) { echo $i , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; } for($i = 0; $i <= 65535; ++$i) { echo $i , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; } Time: 0.0183 s Current Memory: 123.44 k Peak Memory: 5500.11 k Time: 0.0135 s Current Memory: 124.33 k Peak Memory: 126.84 k Time: 0.0042 s Current Memory: 122.92 k Peak Memory: 124.49 k
  11. 11. PHP Generators function xlColumnRange($lower, $upper) { ++$upper; for ($i = $lower; $i != $upper; ++$i) { yield $i; } } foreach (xlColumnRange('A', 'CQ') as $i => $value) { printf('%3d -> %2s', $i, $value); echo (($i > 0) && ($i+1 % 5 == 0)) ? PHP_EOL : "t"; } 0 -> A 1 -> B 2 -> C 3 -> D 4 -> E 5 -> F 6 -> G 7 -> H 8 -> I 9 -> J 10 -> K 11 -> L 12 -> M 13 -> N 14 -> O 15 -> P 16 -> Q 17 -> R 18 -> S 19 -> T 20 -> U 21 -> V 22 -> W 23 -> X 24 -> Y 25 -> Z 26 -> AA 27 -> AB 28 -> AC 29 -> AD 30 -> AE 31 -> AF 32 -> AG 33 -> AH 34 -> AI 35 -> AJ 36 -> AK 37 -> AL 38 -> AM 39 -> AN 40 -> AO 41 -> AP 42 -> AQ 43 -> AR 44 -> AS 45 -> AT 46 -> AU 47 -> AV 48 -> AW 49 -> AX 50 -> AY 51 -> AZ 52 -> BA 53 -> BB 54 -> BC 55 -> BD 56 -> BE 57 -> BF 58 -> BG 59 -> BH 60 -> BI 61 -> BJ 62 -> BK 63 -> BL 64 -> BM 65 -> BN 66 -> BO 67 -> BP 68 -> BQ 69 -> BR 70 -> BS 71 -> BT 72 -> BU 73 -> BV 74 -> BW 75 -> BX 76 -> BY 77 -> BZ 78 -> CA 79 -> CB 80 -> CC 81 -> CD 82 -> CE 83 -> CF 84 -> CG 85 -> CH 86 -> CI 87 -> CJ 88 -> CK 89 -> CL 90 -> CM 91 -> CN 92 -> CO 93 -> CP 94 -> CQ
  12. 12. PHP Generators $isEven = function ($value) { return !($value & 1); }; $isOdd = function ($value) { return $value & 1; }; function xFilter(callable $callback, array $args=array()) { foreach ($args as $arg) if (call_user_func($callback, $arg)) yield $arg; }
  13. 13. PHP Generators $data = range(1,10); echo 'xFilter for Odd Numbers', PHP_EOL; foreach (xFilter($isOdd, $data) as $i) echo('num is: '.$i.PHP_EOL); echo 'xFilter for Even Numbers', PHP_EOL; foreach (xFilter($isEven, $data) as $i) echo('num is: '.$i.PHP_EOL); xFilter for Odd Numbers num is: 1 num is: 3 num is: 5 num is: 7 num is: 9 xFilter for Even Numbers num is: 2 num is: 4 num is: 6 num is: 8 num is: 10
  14. 14. PHP Generators • Can return both a value and a “pseudo” key • By default • The key is an integer value • Starting with 0 for the first iteration • Incrementing by 1 each iteration • Accessed from foreach() as: foreach(generator() as $key => $value) {} • or using $key = $generatorObject->key();
  15. 15. PHP Generators • Default key behaviour can be changed • Syntax is: yield $key => $value; • Unlike array keys: • “Pseudo” keys can be any PHP datatype • “Pseudo” key values can be duplicated
  16. 16. PHP Generators function xrange($lower, $upper) { $k = $upper; for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) { yield $k-- => $i; } } foreach (xrange(0, 8) as $i => $value) { echo $i, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; } 8 -> 0 7 -> 1 6 -> 2 5 -> 3 4 -> 4 3 -> 5 2 -> 6 1 -> 7 0 -> 8
  17. 17. PHP Generators function duplicateKeys($lower, $upper) { for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) { yield (($i-1) % 3) + 1 => $i; } } foreach (duplicateKeys(1,15) as $i => $value){ echo $i , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; } 1 -> 1 2 -> 2 3 -> 3 1 -> 4 2 -> 5 3 -> 6 1 -> 7 2 -> 8 3 -> 9 1 -> 10 2 -> 11 3 -> 12 1 -> 13 2 -> 14 3 -> 15
  18. 18. PHP Generators function duplicateKeys($string) { $string = strtolower($string); $length = strlen($string); for ($i = 0; $i < $length; ++$i) { yield strtoupper($string[$i]) => $string[$i]; } } foreach (duplicateKeys('badass') as $key => $value) { echo $key , ' -> ' , $value, PHP_EOL; } B -> b A -> a D -> d A -> a S -> s S -> s
  19. 19. PHP Generators function floatKeys($lower, $upper) { for ($i = $lower; $i <= $upper; ++$i) { yield ($i / 5) => $i; } } foreach (floatKeys(1,16) as $i => $value) { printf( '%0.2f -> %2d' . PHP_EOL, $i, $value ); } 0.20 -> 1 0.40 -> 2 0.60 -> 3 0.80 -> 4 1.00 -> 5 1.20 -> 6 1.40 -> 7 1.60 -> 8 1.80 -> 9 2.00 -> 10 2.20 -> 11 2.40 -> 12 2.60 -> 13 2.80 -> 14 3.00 -> 15 3.20 -> 16
  20. 20. PHP Generators • It is possible to access generated values “by reference” • The generator must be declared “by reference” • The yielded value must be a variable, and cannot be an expression
  21. 21. PHP Generators function &byReference2($size) { for($val=1, $key=1; $key <= $size; ++$val, ++$key) { yield $key => $val; } } $size = 10; foreach (byReference2($size) as $key => &$value) { echo $key, ' => ', $value, ' => ', ($value += $value - 1), PHP_EOL; } echo PHP_EOL; 1 => 1 => 1 2 => 2 => 3 3 => 4 => 7 4 => 8 => 15 5 => 16 => 31 6 => 32 => 63 7 => 64 => 127 8 => 128 => 255 9 => 256 => 511 10 => 512 => 1023
  22. 22. PHP Generators • Data can be passed to the generator • Sometimes called a “Coroutine” when used in this way • Not strictly accurate, they are more strictly a “Semicoroutine” • They can form the basis for a “Coroutine” with the addition of a top-level dispatcher routine • Syntax is: $value = yield; • Calling script uses the “send()” method: $generatorObject->send($value);
  23. 23. PHP Generators $data = array( 'Squirtle', 'Jigglypuff', 'Charmander', 'Bulbasaur', 'White DPC Elephpant', ); function generatorSend() { while (true) { $cityName = yield; echo $cityName, PHP_EOL; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(); foreach($data as $value) { $generatorObject->send($value); } echo PHP_EOL, 'Gotta Collect 'em all', PHP_EOL; Squirtle Jigglypuff Charmander Bulbasaur White DPC Elephpant Gotta Collect 'em All
  24. 24. PHP Generators $logFileName = __DIR__ . '/error.log'; function logger($logFileName) { $f = fopen($logFileName, 'a'); while ($logentry = yield) { fwrite( $f, (new DateTime())->format('Y-m-d H:i:s ') . $logentry . PHP_EOL ); } } $logger = logger($logFileName); for($i = 0; $i < 12; ++$i) { $logger->send('Message #' . $i ); }
  25. 25. PHP Generators • It is possible to combine a Generator to both send and accept data
  26. 26. PHP Generators function generatorSend($limit) { for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) { yield $i => pow($i, $i); $continue = yield; if (!$continue) break; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(100); while ($generatorObject->valid()) { $key = $generatorObject->key(); $value = $generatorObject->current(); $generatorObject->next(); $generatorObject->send($key >= 10); echo $key, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; } 1 -> 1 2 -> 4 3 -> 27 4 -> 256 5 -> 3125 6 -> 46656 7 -> 823543 8 -> 16777216 9 -> 387420489 10 -> 10000000000
  27. 27. PHP Generators (Gotcha) function generatorSend($limit) { for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) { yield pow($i, $i); $continue = yield; if (!$continue) break; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(100); while ($generatorObject->valid()) { $key = $generatorObject->key(); $value = $generatorObject->current(); $generatorObject->next(); $generatorObject->send($key >= 10); echo $key, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; } 0 -> 1 2 -> 4 4 -> 27 6 -> 256 8 -> 3125 10 -> 46656
  28. 28. PHP Generators function generatorSend($limit) { for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) { $continue = (yield pow($i, $i)); if (!$continue) break; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(100); while($generatorObject->valid()) { $key = $generatorObject->key(); $value = $generatorObject->current(); echo $key, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; $generatorObject->send($key >= 10); } 0 -> 1 1 -> 4 2 -> 27 3 -> 256 4 -> 3125 5 -> 46656 6 -> 823543 7 -> 16777216 8 -> 387420489 9 -> 10000000000
  29. 29. PHP Generators (Gotcha) function generatorSend($limit) { for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) { $continue = (yield pow($i, $i)); if (!$continue) break; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(100); foreach($generatorObject as $key => $value) { echo $key, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; $generatorObject->send($key >= 10); } 0 -> 1
  30. 30. PHP Generators (Gotcha) function generatorSend($limit) { for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) { $continue = (yield pow($i, $i)); if (!$continue && $continue !== null) break; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(100); foreach($generatorObject as $key => $value) { echo $key, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; $generatorObject->send($key >= 10); } 1 -> 1 3 -> 27 5 -> 3125 7 -> 823543 9 -> 387420489 11 -> 285311670611
  31. 31. PHP Generators (Gotcha) function generatorSend($limit) { for ($i = 1; $i <= $limit; ++$i) { $continue = (yield pow($i, $i)); if (!$continue && $continue !== null) break; elseif (!$continue && $continue === null) --$i; } } $generatorObject = generatorSend(100); foreach($generatorObject as $key => $value) { echo $key, ' -> ', $value, PHP_EOL; $generatorObject->send($key >= 10); } 1 -> 1 2 -> 4 3 -> 27 4 -> 256 5 -> 3125 6 -> 46656 7 -> 823543 8 -> 16777216 9 -> 387420489 10 -> 10000000000
  32. 32. PHP Generators • By sending data into a Generator it is possible to change its behaviour
  33. 33. PHP Generators function diamond($size) { $i = $key = 1; do { $ascending = (yield $key => str_repeat(' ', $size - $i) . str_repeat('*', $i*2-1) . str_repeat(' ', $size - $i)); if ($ascending !== null) { ($ascending) ? ++$i : --$i; ++$key; } } while($i > 0); } $size = 5; $diamond = diamond($size); foreach ($diamond as $key => $value) { echo sprintf('%2d', $key), ' => ', $value, PHP_EOL; $diamond->send($key < $size); } 1 => * 2 => *** 3 => ***** 4 => ******* 5 => ********* 6 => ******* 7 => ***** 8 => *** 9 => *
  34. 34. PHP Generators function adjustableIncrementor($value = 1, $increment = 1) { do { $increment = (yield $value); $value += $increment; } while ($value <= PHP_INT_MAX); } $incrementor = adjustableIncrementor(); foreach ($incrementor as $increment) { echo number_format($increment), PHP_EOL; $incrementor->send($increment); } 1 2 4 8 16 32 64 128 256 512 1,024 ... 268,435,456 536,870,912 1,073,741,824
  35. 35. PHP Generators function adjustableIncrementor($value = 1, $increment = 1) { do { $increment = (yield $value); $value += $increment; } while ($value <= PHP_INT_MAX); } $incrementor = adjustableIncrementor(); foreach ($incrementor as $increment) { echo number_format($increment), PHP_EOL; $incrementor->send(pow(10, strlen($increment)-1)); } 1 2 3 ... 9 10 20 30 ... 90 100 200 300 ... 900 1,000 ...
  36. 36. PHP Generators • We can also throw an Exception into a Generator • A Try/Catch block should be defined in the Generator • We use the Generator’s “throw()” method from the calling code $generatorObject->throw(new Exception(‘xyz’)); • Useful for terminating a Generator loop if we don’t want to code a send() in every iteration
  37. 37. PHP Generators function filteredNumbers(Callable $filter) { $i = 1; try { do { if (call_user_func($filter, $i)) { yield $i; } } while ($i++ <= PHP_INT_MAX); } catch (Exception $e) { echo $e->getMessage(), PHP_EOL; } }
  38. 38. PHP Generators $primes = filteredNumbers($isPrime); foreach ($primes as $counter => $prime) { if ($prime > 50) { $primes->throw( new Exception('Enough already') ); continue; } echo $prime, PHP_EOL; } 2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29 31 37 41 43 47 Enough already
  39. 39. PHP Generators • You can’t pass Generators as arguments to array functions So you can’t call array_map() or array_reduce()with a Generator instead of an array argument • But by passing a Generator as an argument to another Generator, we can chain Generators Allowing us to simulate array_map() or array_reduce()
  40. 40. PHP Generators function filteredNumbers(Callable $filter) { $i = 1; do { if (call_user_func($filter, $i)) { yield $i; } } while ($i++ <= PHP_INT_MAX); }
  41. 41. PHP Generators function filteredValueLimit(Traversable $filter, $limit) { foreach ($filter as $value) { if ($value > $limit) { break; } yield $value; } }
  42. 42. PHP Generators function mappedFilterList(Traversable $filter, Callable $callback) { foreach ($filter as $value) { yield $value => call_user_func($callback, $value); } }
  43. 43. PHP Generators $primes = filteredNumbers($isPrime); $primes64 = filteredValueLimit($primes, 64); $primesSquared = mappedFilterList( $primes64, function($value) { return $value * $value; } ); foreach ($primesSquared as $primeSquared) { echo $prime, ' => ', $primeSquared, PHP_EOL; } 2 => 4 3 => 9 5 => 25 7 => 49 11 => 121 13 => 169 17 => 289 19 => 361 23 => 529 29 => 841 31 => 961 37 => 1369 41 => 1681 43 => 1849 47 => 2209 53 => 2809 59 => 3481 61 => 3721
  44. 44. PHP Generators function reduceFilterList(Traversable $filter, Callable $callback, $initial) { $result = $initial; foreach($filter as $value) { $result = call_user_func($callback, $value, $result); } yield $result; }
  45. 45. PHP Generators $primes = filteredNumbers2($isPrime); $primes64 = filteredValueLimit($primes, 64); $sumPrimes = reduceFilterList( $primes64, function($value, $initial) { return $value + $initial; }, 0 ); $sumPrime = $sumPrimes->current(); echo $sumPrime, PHP_EOL; 501
  46. 46. PHP Generators • Limitations • Can’t be Extended • Can’t be Serialized • Can’t be “Rewound”
  47. 47. PHP Generators • Additional Reading: • http://blog.ircmaxell.com/2012/07/what-generators-can-do-for-you.html • http://nikic.github.io/2012/12/22/Cooperative-multitasking-using-coroutines-in-PHP.html • https://markbakeruk.net/2016/01/19/a-functional-guide-to-cat-herding-with-php- generators/
  48. 48. Electrify your code with PHP Generators ? Questions
  49. 49. Who am I? Mark Baker Design and Development Manager InnovEd (Innovative Solutions for Education) Learning Ltd Coordinator and Developer of: Open Source PHPOffice library PHPExcel, PHPWord, PHPPowerPoint, PHPProject, PHPVisio Minor contributor to PHP core Other small open source libraries available on github @Mark_Baker https://github.com/MarkBaker http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/mark-baker/b/572/171 http://markbakeruk.net

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