Given the names of some user-defined functions stored as strings in variables. The task is to call the functions using the names stored in the variables.
There are two methods for doing this. One is directly calling function by variable name using bracket and parameters and the other is by using call_user_func() Function but in both method variable name is to be used.
hello geek hello fun_function
Another Method: Using eval() Function: The eval() function is an inbuilt function in PHP which is used to evaluate string as PHP code.
Note: This method is contributed by Vineet Joshi.
eval( $code )
Parameters: This function accepts single parameter code which is used to hold the PHP code as a string.
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