|Sent on:||Wednesday, November 21, 2012 7:23 AM|
When you write "accessible via multiple classes simultaneously", does that mean multiple instances of PHP accessing the same data?
For example, an array that is a list of every zip-code with city and state. And let's say you need it for your website. So you want 100 instances of PHP (read: users) to be able to both/either update and read from this array simultaneously, yes?
Or are you dealing with some wholly different arrangement?
I have a smallish 2d array of around 2000 items and id like it be accessible via multiple classes simultaneously. I cant add a database in because the query time destroys the speed.I *think* i need to do this so that while one object is setting attributes, another one can act on them.
I dont know what to look for or what it might be called in order to research it.
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