The code contains too many classes that declare __get() without declaring __set()

Why you should care

When __get() are declared, __set() shoud be declared as well.

How we detect

CAST Highlight counts one occurrence each time a __get() is detected in source code without an associated __set().


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About CAST and Highlight’s Code Insights

Over the last 25 years, CAST has leveraged unique knowledge on software quality measurement by analyzing thousands of applications and billions of lines of code. Based on this experience and community standards on programming best practices, Highlight implements hundreds of code insights across 15+ technologies to calculate health factors of a software.