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sebastian/type 5.0.0

Collection of value objects that represent the types of the PHP type system
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Package created
19 May 2019
Version published
2 Feb 2024
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does sebastian/type do?

Sebastian/type is a widely used PHP library that provides a collection of value objects that represent the different types in the PHP type system. This tool aids in handling data types more effectively and allows your code to be more robust and maintainable. It's a valuable resource for any PHP developer looking to streamline their coding process and improve the quality of their work.

How do you use sebastian/type?

To use sebastian/type, you would typically add the package to your PHP project using Composer, a tool for dependency management in PHP. You can install the library as a local, per-project dependency with the command composer require sebastian/type.

Remember, if you only need this library during the development phase, like for instance to run your project's test suite, you should add it as a development-time dependency with the command composer require --dev sebastian/type.

Once installed, you'll be able to use the various value objects provided by the library in your PHP scripts.

Please note, you should have Composer installed in your system to use this package. If you don't have Composer, you can download it from the official website.

Where are the sebastian/type docs?

For in-depth information about the library and its usage, you should refer to the sebastian/type official documentation. The relevant detail and instructions might not be explicitly listed in the readme file. However, more specifics about the library and its application can be found within the source code itself on the github url at Sebastian Type Github and insights might be gleaned from the test cases available there. The "issues" tab in GitHub can also be a good place to find/ask for more detailed information or learning from others' questions and solutions.