Coding languages like all software has versions. These versions offer improvements, and changes over time. This means that functions that work in some versions do not work in others. So you need to verify which version of PHP code has been written for, and also think about using common functions in your code to prevent issues with running it on new versions of PHP.
Why should you learn PHP when there are two many “better” languages available? It’s easy to learn. You can build practical web apps within a week of starting. Finally a huge number of legacy web […]
If Else Statements allow for code to run if a condition is true, but have different code run of a condition is false. <?php $age = 15; print “Your Age is $age”; print “<br>”; […]