In many programming languages, in a conditional statement, we use double equal signs (==) together to compare two values. Traditionally, the constant part goes right and the variable part goes left to the double equal signs. The single equal sign is used to assign values to variables.
Check the first part of this PHP tutorial – PHP Tutorial – a Beginner’s Basic PHP Guide Part 1 before continue reading this part. Working with Strings in PHP A string is traditionally a sequence of characters or symbols. Generally there is no limit of charecters on a string in PHP. String Functions Very common string… [Read More]
Hi, this PHP tutorial is created for beginners. In this PHP tutorial, we will learn how, PHP works, PHP short tags vs normal tags, syntax, variables, flow control and looping, functions, single and multidimensional arrays and more… PHP is a very powerful server side scripting language designed for Web development to produce dynamic stunning web… [Read More]