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Tag Archives: PHP-Operators

$a!=$b This operator is also known as inequality operator. It is used to check the equality of both operands, however, the type of the operands… Read More
In this article, we will discuss the differences between ‘==’ and ‘===’ operators in PHP. Both are comparison operators used to compare two or more… Read More
PHP 7 introduced a null-coalescing operator with ?? syntax. This operator returns its first operand if its value has been set and it is not… Read More
The scope resolution operator also known as Paamayim Nekudotayim or more commonly known as the double colon is a token that allows access to static,… Read More
The Comparison Operator == (Equality operator) and === (Identity Operator) are used to compare two values. They are also known as the loosely equal (==)… Read More
The “NOT NOT” operator or Double not(!!) operator in PHP simply returns the truth value of the variable or expression. To explain in very simple… Read More
== Operator The comparison operator called Equal Operator is the double equal sign “==”. This operator accepts two inputs to compare and returns true value… Read More
Equal Operator == The comparison operator called Equal Operator is the double equal sign “==”. This operator accepts two inputs to compare and returns true… Read More
This article will make you aware of a very useful operator i.e the spaceship operator PHP 7. The spaceship operator or combined comparison operator is… Read More
The Bitwise operators is used to perform bit-level operations on the operands. The operators are first converted to bit-level and then calculation is performed on… Read More
Operators are used to perform operations on some values. In other words, we can describe operators as something that takes some values, performs some operation… Read More