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   * Date: 2016-04-27   * Date: 2016-04-27
   * Author: Levi Morrison <​levim@php.net>​   * Author: Levi Morrison <​levim@php.net>​
-  * Status: ​Draft+  * Status: ​Under Discussion
   * First Published at: http://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​intersection_types   * First Published at: http://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​intersection_types
  
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 Intersection types allow the programmer to write multiple type declarations for a parameter or return value. The value must satisfy all of the declared types. Each type is separated by ampersand (''&''​). Intersection types allow the programmer to write multiple type declarations for a parameter or return value. The value must satisfy all of the declared types. Each type is separated by ampersand (''&''​).
  
-Here is a practical example:+Here is a practical example. Given this definition:
  
 <PHP> <PHP>
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     }     }
 } }
 +</​PHP>​
  
-// Fatal error: Uncaught TypeError: Argument 1 passed to RecordsToList() must be Countable and Traversable,​ array given, called in %s on line %d +This will error ([[https://3v4l.org/​qCeXi/​rfc#​rfc-multi-types|see on 3v4l.org]]): 
-echo RecordsToHtml(["​Lennon",​ "​McCartney",​ "​Starr",​ "​Harrison"​]);​+<​PHP>​ 
 +// Argument 1 passed to RecordsToList() must be Countable and Traversable,​ array given 
 +echo RecordsToList(["​Lennon",​ "​McCartney",​ "​Starr",​ "​Harrison"​]);​ 
 +</​PHP>​
  
-// Fine+This works correctly ([[https://3v4l.org/​7GvqN/​rfc#​rfc-multi-types|see on 3v4l]]): 
-echo RecordsToHtml(new ArrayObject(["​Lennon",​ "​McCartney",​ "​Starr",​ "​Harrison"​]));​+<PHP> 
 +echo RecordsToList(new ArrayObject(["​Lennon",​ "​McCartney",​ "​Starr",​ "​Harrison"​]));​
 // Output: // Output:
 // <ol> // <ol>
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 //     <​li>​Harrison</​li>​ //     <​li>​Harrison</​li>​
 // </ol> // </ol>
- 
 </​PHP>​ </​PHP>​
  
-Note that if [[rfc:​union_types|Union Types]] are also accepted then something like this will be possible, allowing for an array or an object that satisfies both constraints:+Note that if [[rfc:​union_types|Union Types]] are also accepted then something like this will be possible((The experimental patch provided by Joe and Bob currently does not support mixing unions and intersections)), allowing for an array or an object that satisfies both Countable and Traversable:
 <PHP> <PHP>
 function RecordsToList(Array | (Countable & Traversable) $input): String { function RecordsToList(Array | (Countable & Traversable) $input): String {
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 } }
 </​PHP>​ </​PHP>​
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 +When union and intersection types are in the same expression they must be grouped with parenthesis (demonstrated above). The following is invalid:
 +
 +<PHP>
 +function RecordsToList(Array | Countable & Traversable $input): String {
 +    // ...
 +}
 +</​PHP>​
 +
  
 ===== Backward Incompatible Changes ===== ===== Backward Incompatible Changes =====
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 ===== References ===== ===== References =====
-Original announcement on Mailing List of rationale for this feature: http://​news.php.net/​php.internals/​92252+  * Original announcement on Mailing List of rationale for this feature: http://​news.php.net/​php.internals/​92252 
 +  * Announcement for discussion phase: http://​news.php.net/​php.internals/​92857
  
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