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The State of PHP 8: new features and changes

PHP 8.0 has been released last November 26: let's discover together the main innovations that the new version introduces in this language. PHP is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Precisely its wide diffusion, has led many programmers to use it, especially for the development of server-side…

Category : Php   29-12-2020   by Janeth Kent

10 PHP code snippets to work with dates

10 PHP code snippets to work with dates

Here we have some set of Useful PHP Snippets, which are useful for PHP Developers. In this tutorial we'll show you the 10 PHP date snippets you can use on your webpages by just cutting and pasting! Get current time, formatted Super basic function, takes no parameters and returns the current date.…

Category : Php   02-08-2018   by Janeth Kent

PHP7: Guide and References to all the changes between version 5.x and 7 of PHP

PHP7: Guide and References to all the changes between version 5.x and 7 of PHP

PHP 7 was released on December 3rd, 2015. It comes with a number of new features, changes, and backwards compatibility breakages that are outlined below. Performance Features Combined Comparison Operator Null Coalesce Operator Scalar Type Declarations Return Type Declarations Anonymous Classes Unicode Codepoint Escape Syntax Closure call() Method Filtered unserialize() IntlChar Class Expectations Group use Declarations Generator Return Expressions Generator Delegation Integer Division with intdiv() session_start() Options preg_replace_callback_array() Function CSPRNG Functions Support…

Category : Php   27-12-2015   by Janeth Kent

Learn PHP: Handy Functions for Beginners

Learn PHP: Handy Functions for Beginners

If you’re new to PHP language, we’ll introduce you to seven really handy PHP functions in this quick tip! Function 1 : isset Check if a variable has been set. You just pass it a variable name, and it will return true if that variable exists, and is set to something other than NULL. $name = "Joe";    isset($name); // true   isset($age); // false   This function also…

Category : Php   11-04-2013   by Janeth Kent

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