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The difference between Traits, Interfaces, and Abstract Classes in PHP

Link – aschmelyun.com - submitted by Andrew Schmelyun

If you've been working with PHP regularly, chances are you've run across an Interface, Trait, or Abstract Class. At first glance, they might appear to have a few similarities between them, and it can be hard to make out their differences and use cases.

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