urp: Display the values of variables in HTML pages

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urp 1.0.0Custom (specified...5HTML, PHP 5, Debug
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This class can display the values of variables for debugging.

It can take calls to static functions that take variable values to display.

The class can display the name of the static function followed by a dump of the variable value according to its type using its own code to display the variable value.

The values can be rendered optionally to be displayed in HTML pages using colors to distinguish the types of variables.

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Debugging applications is a common activity that many developers perform in order to find and fix issues in their code.

As part of the debugging activity, displaying values of variables in certain parts of the code that has issues, is an essential part of the developer work.

This class provides a solution to display variable values that can format the values in a colored way to highlight different parts of the values.

The class can also display the name of the section of the code that is being inspected by showing that name near the values of the variable being displayed, as if it was the name of a function that is calling some code passing the variable value as parameter.

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urp &bull; PHP debug print.

Basic Usage

use \radsectors\urp as urp;

urp::hello("Hello world.");
urp::number(7);
urp::try_this(4.893);
urp::label(true);
urp::items(['one' => 1, 'two' => 2, 'three' => 'green']);
urp::whatever(new \DateTime());

Sample Output:

hello: string(12) "Hello world."
number: int(7)
try_this: float(4.893)
label: bool(true)
items: array(3) {
  ["one"] => int(1)
  ["two"] => int(2)
  ["three"] => string(5) "green"
}
whatever: object(DateTime)#3 (3) {
  ["date"] => string(26) "2016-09-23 19:22:16.000000"
  ["timezone_type"] => int(3)
  ["timezone"] => string(15) "America/Chicago"
}
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