PHP is great for being able to easily create web apps that work. The problem is that it also easy to create code with major vulnerabilities that is a mess to read and try to audit. Many times PHP is used by desktop support technicians to create apps to track department inventory, or work orders that after a few years get coopted by the rest of the company and are being used at a scale never envisioned when the technician was copy/ pasting from a dummies book to make the code work.
The sort() and sort() functions allow you to sort arrays alphabetically.
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 […]