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PHP Tutorials

PHP » Basics — about 1 month ago
Barette in gold-tone brass. Signature carved Medusa, Greek key pattern, and crystal-cut detailing at face. Clip fastening.
PHP » Basics — about 1 month ago
Dimensions: Width: 14.5cm, Arm Length: 14.5cm, Lens Diameter: 5.6cm, Bridge Width: 2cm 100% Acetate Made in Italy Designer
PHP » Basics — about 1 month ago
Sleek leather slingbacks with zipper trim embellished with Versace's iconic safety pin with Medusa head detail. Leather upper Open square toe Slingback strap Zipper trim Safety pin embellishment Leather lining Leather sole Made in Italy
PHP » Basics — about 1 month ago
Short sleeve cotton jersey t-shirt in white. Rib knit crewneck collar. Printed logo in black at chest.
PHP » Basics — about 1 month ago
Buffed leather belt in black. Signature Medusa buckle at post-stud fastening. Gold-tone hardware.
PHP » Basics — over 12 years ago
Learn to find out what information a PHP script stores in sessions.
PHP » Basics — about 10 years ago
Learn how to use PHP operators in your scripts. This article explores common PHP operators and looks at operator precedence.
PHP » Basics — almost 12 years ago
When developing a PHP project, whether it’s a simple website or a much larger web application, it’s always a good idea to take into account the potential appearance of errors in your PHP code. An error occurs whenever PHP tries to execute an instruction which either results in an impossible outcome, or otherwise prevents the script from executing in the manner intended by the programmer.
PHP » Basics — over 10 years ago
Part 2 of creating a users online system showing the recent active users divided in 2 groups: guests and members. Also showing a list of the usernames of members online.
PHP » Basics — almost 12 years ago
In computer science an array is a data structure consisting of a group of elements that are accessed by indexing. In most programming languages each element has the same data type, in PHP however each element can be a different data type. Each element of an array has a unique identifying index number. Changes made to one element of an array do not affect the other elements.
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