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GetApplication

Returns an instance of the Application class. Actually it is implemented via the Singleton pattern, so the same instance always will be returned.

 

Signature:

function GetApplication()

 

Example:

To check if the parameter custom_var is available, use the following code:

 

if (GetApplication()->IsGETValueSet('custom_var'))

   // found

   $params['custom_var'] = GetApplication()->GetGETValue('custom_var');

  else

   // not found. Assign a default value.   

   $params['custom_var'] = '5 (default)';



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