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Snippet for php getter and setter for sublimetext (tested at sublimetext v3)
<snippet>
<content><![CDATA[/**
* Getter for ${1:$SELECTION}
*
* @return ${2:mixed}
*/
public function get${1/^(\w)|(?:_(\w))|(?:_)/(?1\u$1:)(?2\u$2:)/g}()
{
return \$this->$1;
}
/**
* Setter for $1
*
* @param ${2:mixed} \$${1/_(w)/U$1/g$1} Value to set
* @return self
*/
public function set${1/^(\w)|(?:_(\w))|(?:_)/(?1\u$1:)(?2\u$2:)/g}(\$$1)
{
\$this->$1 = \$${1/_(w)/U$1/g$1};
return \$this;
}
]]></content>
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<tabTrigger>fgs</tabTrigger>
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<scope>source.php</scope>
<description>Create getter and setter methods</description>
</snippet>
<snippet>
<content><![CDATA[/**
* Getter for ${1:$SELECTION}
*
* @return ${2:mixed}
*/
public function get${1/(?:^|_)(w)/U$1$2/g$1}()
{
return \$this->$1;
}
]]></content>
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<tabTrigger>fg</tabTrigger>
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<scope>source.php</scope>
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<description>Create getter methods</description>
</snippet>
<snippet>
<content><![CDATA[/**
* Setter for ${1:$SELECTION}
*
* @param ${2:mixed} \$${1/_(w)/U$1/g$1} Value to set
* @return self
*/
public function set${1/(?:^|_)(w)/U$1$2/g$1}(\$${1/_(w)/U$1/g$1})
{
\$this->$1 = \$${1/_(w)/U$1/g$1};
return \$this;
}
]]></content>
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<tabTrigger>fs</tabTrigger>
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<scope>source.php</scope>
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<description>Create setter methods</description>
</snippet>
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mishbah commented Sep 1, 2016

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