PHP: Comparison Operators 10. 8. 2008 in Php | 0 Comments | Author: | 1617 clicks
In PHP, comparison operators take simple values (numbers or strings) as arguments and evaluate to either TRUE or FALSE.
PHP for loop 10. 8. 2008 in Php | 0 Comments | Author: | 2984 clicks
The PHP for loop allows the user to put all the loop-related statements (i.e. INITIALIZER; CONDITION; INCREMENTOR or DECREMENTOR) in one place. The structure is similar to C language.
PHP echo Statement 10. 8. 2008 in Php | 0 Comments | Author: | 2682 clicks
In PHP the two basic constructs to get output are echo and print. Actually echo() is not a function, it is a language construct therefore you can use it without parentheses.
PHP : Logical Operators 10. 8. 2008 in Php | 0 Comments | Author: | 2693 clicks
The standard logical operators and, or, not and xor are supported by PHP. Logical operators first convert their operands to boolean values and then perform the respective comparison.
PHP User Defined Function 10. 8. 2008 in Php | 0 Comments | Author: | 2670 clicks
In all programming and scripting language, a function is a block of statements that can be used repeatedly in a program. In PHP, the concept of the function is the same as in other language like 'C'. There are more than 1,000 in-built functions into the standard PHP distribution. Besides these we can define functions as per our requirements. These are called 'User Defined Function'.