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PHP | SplObjectStorage removeAll() Function
  • Last Updated : 23 Aug, 2019
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The SplObjectStorage::removeAll() function is an inbuilt function in PHP which is used to remove all objects contained in another storage from the current storage.

Syntax:

void SplObjectStorage::removeAll( $obj )

Parameters: This function accepts a single parameter $obj which specify the storage to be removed from the current storage.

Return Value: This function does not return any value.

Below programs illustrate the SplObjectStorage::removeAll() function in PHP:



Program 1:




<?php
  
$obj1 = new StdClass;
$obj2 = new StdClass;
  
$gfg1 = new SplObjectStorage();
$gfg1[$obj1] = "Geeks";
  
$gfg2 = new SplObjectStorage();
$gfg2[$obj1] = "GFG";
$gfg2[$obj2] = "GeeksClasses";
  
// Count and print all existing objects
var_dump(count($gfg2));
  
// Remove all objects of $gfg1 from $gfg2
$gfg2->removeAll($gfg1);
  
// Print result after removeAll
var_dump(count($gfg2));
?>
Output:
int(2)
int(1)

Program 2:




<?php
  
$obj1 = new StdClass;
$obj2 = new StdClass;
  
$gfg1 = new SplObjectStorage();
$gfg1[$obj1] = "Geeks";
  
$gfg2 = new SplObjectStorage();
$gfg2[$obj1] = "GFG";
$gfg2[$obj2] = "GeeksClasses";
  
// Count and print all existing objects
var_dump(count($gfg2));
  
// Remove all objects of $gfg1 from $gfg2
$gfg2->removeAll($gfg1);
  
// Print result after removeAll
var_dump(count($gfg2));
  
// Remove all objects itself $gfg2
$gfg2->removeAll($gfg2);
  
// Print result after removeAll
var_dump(count($gfg2));
  
?>
Output:
int(2)
int(1)
int(0)

Reference: https://www.php.net/manual/en/splobjectstorage.removeall.php

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