Join Kevin Skoglund for an in-depth discussion in this video Numbers, part 1: Integers, part of PHP Essential Training.
- [Narrator] Over the course of the next two movies,…we're going to be talking about numbers.…We're going to start out by first talking about integers.…Integers are whole numbers, so that's numbers like…one, two, three, four, five, as well as negative…one, negative two, negative three, and so on.…I think what a number is pretty intuitive.…We all kind of have an idea of that by now.…But we do still need to see how we work with them in PHP.…Let's create a new document we can work with.…I'm going to open up basic html and I'm going to just do Save As.…I'm going to change this one to be intergers.php.…
Make sure we've got PHP at the end.…Integers.…Now we've seen how we can just have our basic PHP…tags and a sign of variable.…Var1 equals three.…And Var2 equals four.…And we saw how we can add those together,…and we can echo back the result.…Let me go ahead and just show you a bit more math.…We're going to be echoing the result back…from adding one plus two plus the value of Var1,…that's three, and them multiplying that by Var2.…
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- Embedding PHP code on a page
- Inserting code comments
- Variables, strings, arrays, and Booleans
- If, else, and elseif statements
- While and for loops
- User-defined functions
- Function arguments and return values
- Debugging and troubleshooting
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