PHP Tutorial – 10 – Arrays

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25 Responses to “PHP Tutorial – 10 – Arrays”

  1. SnijdersMax Says:

    @NeigborhoodBoards
    it’s just another way of achieving the same thing: setting Tom in the array at [0]

  2. SnijdersMax Says:

    @NeigborhoodBoards
    the address in the memory

  3. SnijdersMax Says:

    @NeigborhoodBoards
    the place in the memory

  4. NeigborhoodBoards Says:

    whats the difference between ‘tom’ and “tom”?

  5. Diifusal Says:

    @liquidmetaltech no, not yet x)

  6. liquidmetaltech Says:

    @Diifusal
    did you find out yet cuz i want to know also. lol

  7. Diifusal Says:

    i have a doubt teacher x) when do you know when you got to use ‘tom’ or “tom”?
    I mean, how do I know when I got to use apostrophes or those things which name I am too sleepy to remember —> “

  8. SerbStef Says:

    @TheSecOrg you can declare $people=array()…i hope that i understood correct

  9. samiwistler Says:

    Cool shot, thanks

  10. StreetFamousNet Says:

    @Vladibeer Because you didn’t “print” or “echo” it..

    replace ” $people[2];” with ” print $people[2]; ”

  11. imwithswat Says:

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  12. TheSecOrg Says:

    how can i just make an array and not give any value into it and just give it values when i need em?
    something like &people=array[10] to give it 10 values?

  13. rolandroiroi Says:

    @TheTIprogrammer what if im using forms, i dont know how to get inputs of array…
    like if i input “300” in the form, the output should be “three hundred”?

  14. rolandroiroi Says:

    guys, how to get inputs of array using forms?

  15. MrSaggat Says:

    like python

  16. TheTIprogrammer Says:

    @Vladibeer You’re welcome!

  17. Vladibeer Says:

    @TheTIprogrammer
    Ye that makes sence
    just didnt hear the 2:33
    ty

  18. TheTIprogrammer Says:

    @Vladibeer You have to echo it. echo $people[2];

  19. Vladibeer Says:

    @TheTIprogrammer
    the 1st one doesnt work for me, dunno why..
    heres the lines:

    $people=array(‘tom’,’jake’,’tony’);
    $people[2];

    and i get a blank page
    the second method is just fine
    why is that?

  20. kamprath447 Says:

    This is slightly off topic, but I’ve been wondering it for a while.

    Why is your Windows XP interface glossy/shiny, and regular Windows XP versions are plain?

    Is it a custom theme or different version of Windows XP?

  21. Haxortiz Says:

    does PHP have vectors? btw really good tutorials. Guessing you can’t make arrays on the fly in PHP?

  22. spaceface31 Says:

    @cicero60804 Agreed, I wish I had him, my teacher was terrible now I’m having to reteach myself.

  23. mangoprojects Says:

    Thank you. – behindvfx

  24. cicero60804 Says:

    By the way when going to a private institution, what they want is those federal dollars, so instructors usually trying to collect a paycheck, and the school trying to recruit students don’t always provide quality education. This genteleman is spectacular in teaching.

  25. saadnaeem11 Says:

    @sturm7drang hey sturm if u knw better then make ur tutorial and see ur own tutorial 🙂

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