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You mean a destructor? Those are new to PHP5. If you're using PHP5, you can do the following:

class a {	function __destruct() {  echo "Destroying " . $this->name . "n";	}}
This will be called whenever the object goes out of scope or the script ends.

If you don't have PHP5, then you can make a function which will echo the words you want, but you will have to call it manually.
class a {	function destroy() {  echo"Destroying ".$this->name."n";	}}$obj = new a();a->destroy();

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