PHP Variables

The PHP variables are the identifier names that allow us to store the data type inside it, such as strings, integers, arrays, objects, floats, and so on. Read the PHP data types tutorial to learn more about the data types. Anyway, the PHP variable should start with a dollar sign – “$”. But there are

PHP Comments

In this tutorial, you will learn how to write the PHP comments inside your PHP source code. The PHP comment is a block or line created to specify a description to be helpful for another developer who is working on the same project. The PHP comments can take two different shapes, such as multiline comments

PHP Type Casting

In this article, you will understand the PHP type casting and how to get the type of variable values. So before getting started you have to know what are PHP data types. Anyway, the PHP data types are ten primitive data types used to define the PHP variable values. Such as integer, string, float, boolean,

PHP Spaceship Operator

The PHP spaceship operator used to compare two expressions according to 3 factors which are: less than, greater than, and equal to. This feature appeared in PHP 7. In this quick tutorial, you will understand what is the PHP spaceship operator and how to use it with all PHP data types. Let’s get started. The

PHP NOT Operator

The NOT operator (!) in PHP negates the truth value of a given expression. It is a logical operator used to perform this negation. It’s a unary operator, meaning it only operates on one value or expression. In this article, we’ll explore the different ways you can use the NOT operator in PHP and provide

PHP Type Juggling

In this article, you will understand what is PHP type juggling and how it does work. But before you do that, you have to learn more about PHP data types. Basically, During the program translation, there are some defined variables with the data type and these data types are already changed to another data type

PHP Comparison Operators

In this tutorial, you will understand the PHP comparison operators such as strict operators, loose operators, not equal operators, identical operators, not identical operators, greater than operators and so many else. This concept involves comparing two values to determine whether they have the same data type or different data types. The goal is to obtain an

PHP OR Operator

In PHP, the PHP OR operator is used to combine two or more conditions in a logical expression. If at least one of the conditions is evaluated to true, the OR operator will return true. The OR operator is an essential tool for developers, as it enables them to create efficient code and simplify complex

PHP Logical Operators

The PHP logical operators are operands that can be used to check two or more expressions together. For examples ( AND, OR, XOR, NOT, ||, &&, ! ). And they would return a true or false as a logic or a boolean value. As we mentioned here, the logical or boolean data type is printed

PHP Enumerable

Actually, the PHP enumerable is a new feature of 8.1 which allows you to define a new type. This feature seems like you define a PHP class, but it seems to method. For an example Definitely, in the previous example, I defined my new type as a “Cars”. But how to access it? Anyway, In