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Databases in PHP

In the realm of server-side scripting, PHP stands out as a versatile language, capable of connecting and interacting with various database management systems like MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. PHP effortlessly facilitates CRUD operations—Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete—providing a streamlined approach to database manipulation. The fundamental purpose of databases, especially Databases in PHP, lies in information storage, […]

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Namespaces in PHP

In this tutorial, we will learn about Namespaces in PHP. Namespaces are mainly used to group classes that perform some similar kind of task. Furthermore, another benefit to using namespaces is we can use the same name for more than one classes in different namespaces. For example, suppose we have namespaces A and B both can have a

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Traits in PHP

In this tutorial, we will learn about Traits in PHP. The trait is similar to a class but It isn't permitted to instantiate a Trait on its own. Traits are mainly used to declare methods that can be used in multiple classes. PHP only supports a single level inheritance(means we can inherit one class from another). But

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Interface in PHP

In this tutorial, we will learn about Interface in PHP. The interface gives the ability to programmer to define what public methods a class should implement. An interface can contain only abstract methods it means we only declare methods names in the interface and after that, we define the body of these methods in a

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Method Overloading in PHP

Method overloading is a fundamental concept in object-oriented programming that allows developers to define multiple methods with the same name but different parameter lists within a class. PHP, being a versatile and widely-used programming language, fully supports method overloading, offering developers flexibility and convenience in their code implementation. In this article, we will explore the

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