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Error Handling in PHP

Error handling is the process of catching errors from the program and then taking appropriate action. Before proceeding for error handling you should get to know how many types of errors occurred in PHP. Notices: These are non-critical errors that occurred while executing a script – for example, accessing a variable that has not yet […]

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PHP – Strings Functions

String functions are the most important functions frequently used in PHP. String is the sequence of characters, like “Let’s learn String functions”. There is no installation required to use string function. Example <?php $name = “Hirdesh Bhardwaj”; print($name); ?> String Concatenation Operator To concatenate two string variables together, we use the dot (.) operator − […]

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OOPs Concepts – PHP

OOP is intimidating to a lot of developers because it introduces new syntax and, at a glance, appears to be far more complex than simple procedural, or inline, code. However, upon closer inspection, OOP is actually a very straightforward and ultimately simpler approach to programming. Before we go in details, let’s define important terms related […]

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Sending email – Mail Function in PHP

Almost in every web application sending automated email by system is the common requirement. So, it’s very common and important part that must be known by developer. The simple example, when a visitor to your website fills out a enquiry form. mail function return a boolen value, return true if email sent successfully, false otherwise […]

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Require () and Include () function in PHP

The Include() and require() statements are used to insert codes written in other files, in the flow of  execution. The main of using include and require functions to integrate one page code or content into another page. You can maintain usually some repeated functionality in the form of PHP file and finally you can call […]

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Introduction to Ajax

Ajax (Asynchronous Java script And XML)  Introduction In Jesse Garrett’s original article that coined the term, it was AJAX. The “X” in AJAX really stands for XML HTTP Request though, and not XML. Jesse later conceded that Ajax should be a word and not an acronym and updated his article to reflect his change in heart. So “Ajax” […]

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