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minor #3993 [Console] Fix Console component getHelperSet()->get() to …

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[Console] Fix Console component getHelperSet()->get() to getHelper()

| Q                  | A          |
| ---------------- |:---------:|
| Doc fix?        | Yes |
| New docs?   | No   |
| Applies to     | 2.3   |
| Fixed tickets | No   |

On Console component, I've fixed the following calls:

```php
$this->getHelperSet()->get('dialog');
```

to:

```php
$this->getHelper('dialog');
```

This is related to original PR #3952

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9207f68 [Console] Fix Console component getHelperSet()->get() to getHelper()
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weaverryan committed Jul 11, 2014
2 parents a41af7e + 9207f68 commit a3fe74f4fad9f691dc570fb9234acd15bd6ccfdc
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ functions to ask the user for more information. It is included in the default
helper set, which you can get by calling
:method:`Symfony\\Component\\Console\\Command\\Command::getHelperSet`::
$dialog = $this->getHelperSet()->get('dialog');
$dialog = $this->getHelper('dialog');
All the methods inside the Dialog Helper have an
:class:`Symfony\\Component\\Console\\Output\\OutputInterface` as the first
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ Autocompletion
You can also specify an array of potential answers for a given question. These
will be autocompleted as the user types::
$dialog = $this->getHelperSet()->get('dialog');
$dialog = $this->getHelper('dialog');
$bundleNames = array('AcmeDemoBundle', 'AcmeBlogBundle', 'AcmeStoreBundle');
$name = $dialog->ask(
$output,
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ Hiding the User's Response
You can also ask a question and hide the response. This is particularly
convenient for passwords::
$dialog = $this->getHelperSet()->get('dialog');
$dialog = $this->getHelper('dialog');
$password = $dialog->askHiddenResponse(
$output,
'What is the database password?',
@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ Validating a Hidden Response
You can also ask and validate a hidden response::
$dialog = $this->getHelperSet()->get('dialog');
$dialog = $this->getHelper('dialog');
$validator = function ($value) {
if ('' === trim($value)) {
@@ -192,7 +192,7 @@ Instead, you can use the
method, which makes sure that the user can only enter a valid string
from a predefined list::
$dialog = $this->getHelperSet()->get('dialog');
$dialog = $this->getHelper('dialog');
$colors = array('red', 'blue', 'yellow');
$color = $dialog->select(
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ The :class:`Symfony\\Component\\Console\\Helper\\FormatterHelper` is included
in the default helper set, which you can get by calling
:method:`Symfony\\Component\\Console\\Command\\Command::getHelperSet`::
$formatter = $this->getHelperSet()->get('formatter');
$formatter = $this->getHelper('formatter');
The methods return a string, which you'll usually render to the console by
passing it to the
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ information, which updates as your command runs:
To display progress details, use the :class:`Symfony\\Component\\Console\\Helper\\ProgressHelper`,
pass it a total number of units, and advance the progress as your command executes::
$progress = $this->getHelperSet()->get('progress');
$progress = $this->getHelper('progress');
$progress->start($output, 50);
$i = 0;
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ When building a console application it may be useful to display tabular data:
To display a table, use the :class:`Symfony\\Component\\Console\\Helper\\TableHelper`,
set headers, rows and render::
$table = $this->getHelperSet()->get('table');
$table = $this->getHelper('table');
$table
->setHeaders(array('ISBN', 'Title', 'Author'))
->setRows(array(

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