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When setting up a site, entrepreneurs are confronted with a decision – regardless of whether to actualize an off-the-rack Content Management System or pick a hand-coded custom one. Before CMSs, individuals would hand-code their sites on their neighborhood PCs and utilized a FTP program to move those records to their webserver, and after that these documents would get to be distinctly accessible on their sites. In the event that they expected to change something, they needed to experience the entire Read the rest of this entry »



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  1. Getting length of a String

PHP has a predefined function to get the length of a string. Strlen() displays the length of any string. It is more commonly used in validating input fields where the user is limited to enter a fixed length of characters. Read the rest of this entry »


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Much of your time as a programmer is spent working with data sets. Some examples of data sets include the names of all employees at a corporation; the U.S. presidents and their corresponding birth dates; and the years between 1900 and 1975. In fact, working with data sets is so prevalent that a means for managing these groups within code is a common feature of all Read the rest of this entry »

Creating an Array

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Image result for NamespacesCreating an Array

Unlike other languages, PHP doesn’t require that you assign a size to an array at creation time. In fact,because it’s a loosely typed language, PHP doesn’t even require that you declare the array before using it,although you’re free to do so. Each approach is introduced in this section, beginning with the informal variety.Individual elements of a PHP array are referenced by denoting the element between a pair of square brackets. Because Read the rest of this entry »

Introducing Namespaces

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As you continue to create class libraries as well as use third-party class libraries created by other Developers, you’ll inevitably encounter a situation where two libraries use identical class names, Producing unexpected application results. Read the rest of this entry »

PHP’s advanced OOP features

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Related imageIntroducing several of PHP’s more advanced OOP features

Object cloning: One of the major improvements to PHP’s object-oriented model in version 5 is the treatment of all objects as references rather than values. However, howdo you go about creating a copy of an Read the rest of this entry »

PHP ─ Environment Setup

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  • A working PHP-supported database, if you plan to use one ( For example MySQL,Oracle etc. )

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