Nov
15
2017

PHP Programming

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In this video tutorial I’ll teach pretty much the whole PHP programming language in one video. I have received this tutorial request many times lately so I hope you enjoy it. The cheat sheet can be found below the video.

I cover quotes, comments, date(), variables, data types, getting data from HTML, heredoc, constants, arithmetic, shortcuts, reference operators, comparison operators, if, elseif, else, echo, printf, ternary operator, switch, while, for, foreach, arrays, strings, and much more.
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  • wait where is fopen, fwrite and fclose

  • Hello, can you please clarify one thing, when you echoed dataprocessed and then timestamp, I understand that it picked up the time from the system, but in the next step you said that in html you have defined usersname, street and city address .I have 2 questions, A. How did it pick up your name 'Derek' and other values? B. Are the two files linked or am I missing some basic fundamental part that PHP is written on top of an HTML written file?

  • I dont really understand some of your TUT (70%). cause you're jumping from here and do this and this again and that…

  • Hi Derek, love your vids, thank for you posting. One suggestion, spend less time on the operations such as multiply , division etc, they're easily googlable and more time on other more important content. Cheers

  • Your video tutorials are the best I’ve found on YouTube. Great work.

  • Learning so much in short time! I’ll be a patrion , Thanks so much

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  • Why doesnt my code work??

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Axels Kläder</title>

    <body>

    <?php

    $usersName = $_POST['usersname'];
    $streetAddress = $_POST['streetaddress'];
    $cityAddress = $_POST['cityaddress'];

    echo $usersName . "</br>";
    echo $streetAddress . "</br>";
    echo $cityAddress . "</br>";
    ?>

    </body>
    </html>

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