PHP: Access class properties with spaces

In PHP, situations may arise where class properties have names that do not follow the standard variable naming rules or contain special characters. In such cases, you can use curly brackets "{}" to access these properties.

An example of this is when you have a class with a property named "fun code" that contains a space. In this case, you cannot access the property using the normal arrow operator "->" as it will result in a syntax error. Instead, you can use curly brackets to access the property.

Here's an example showing how you can access a property named "fun code" using curly brackets:

// Access the property with spaces using {}
echo $object->{'fun code'}; 

By using curly brackets, you can access class properties with special names or special characters that would not normally be valid as part of the variable name. This gives you more flexibility when working with class properties in PHP.