The interface represents an abstraction of a value converted to
callable. It is used internally in order to perform call operation on a value dynamically.
Casts given value to a callable according to PHP semantics. Can result in a reference to invalid
Creates callable to a delegate.
Creates callable to a declared function. When the callable is invoked, function gets resolved within given Context.
||Performs dynamic invocation of the callable object.|
||Gets PHP representation of the callable. Used internally to print the callable object.|
The list of declared functions is managed as a set of IPhpCallable instances by Context.
Library functions may accept an argument of type IPhpCallable. It is a well known argument type and the compiler and the runtime will convert passed value to IPhpCallable implicitly using construction.
The compiler implicitly implements IPhpCallable interface on PHP classes defining magic