How is the $key that's passed to Phalcon\Mvc\Model\Manager::getReusableRecords() created?

I'm following the example found here http://docs.phalconphp.com/en/latest/reference/models-cache.html#reusable-related-records to cache related models marked as 'reusable'. I've created my own custom model manager and it seems to be working fine, however is there a function or something that I can call to regenerate the key for a subsequent apc_delete() call somewhere else in the project? The $key that comes in looks similar to this:

MyProject\Model\User[[[user_id] = ?0,[123],O39]]

It's pretty easy to follow, so I could almost make it myself, just I'm confused what that 'O39' on the end is supposed to mean. Any ideas?



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O39 is an object with internal ID 39, if the same object is passed as part of $parameters it will use the same key later

edited Oct '14

Thanks for the reply. OK so that's basically constant then? Currently I've got a base model that all others in my project extend that looks something like this

    class MyBaseModel extends \Phalcon\Mvc\Model
        ... stuff ...
        public function afterSave() {
            $me = get_called_class();

            //if O39 never changes, then this should always match the cache $key
            $this->getDI()->get('modelsCache')->delete($me . '[[[id] = ?0,[' . (string)$this->id .  '],O39]]');  
        }
    }

I guess as long as it's always O39 that should be no problem then, yeah?