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doctrine/collections 2.1.4

PHP Doctrine Collections library that adds additional functionality on top of PHP arrays.
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3 Oct 2023
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doctrine/collections@2.1.4
doctrine/deprecations@1.1.3
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does doctrine/collections do?

Doctrine/Collections is a PHP library that provides an additional layer of functionality over PHP arrays. It's a robust, flexible collections abstraction library that simplifies operations on arrays, reducing the amount of boilerplate code you have to write and making your code cleaner and easier to read.

How do you use doctrine/collections?

Using Doctrine/Collections is straightforward. First, you will need to install it via Composer. Run the following command in your terminal:

composer require doctrine/collections

Once installed, you can start using Doctrine/Collections in your PHP code. Here is a basic code usage example:

use Doctrine\Common\Collections\ArrayCollection;

$collection = new ArrayCollection();

$collection->add('PHP');
$collection->add('Doctrine');

foreach($collection as $item) {
	 echo $item . "\n"; 
}

In this example, we created a new ArrayCollection instance and added items to it. Then, we used a foreach loop to iterate over the collection and print each item.

Where are the doctrine/collections docs?

The documentation for Doctrine/Collections can be found on the official Doctrine Project website. It includes a comprehensive guide on how to use the library, with full explanations of all the implemented interfaces and how you can use them to manipulate collections more efficiently in your PHP code.