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PHP Tutorial

PHP Tutorial

This page provides a quick overview of PHP What is PHP? PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP is a very popular and widely-used open source server-side scripting language to write dynamically generated web pages. PHP was originally created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994. It was initially known as Personal Home Page. The latest version of PHP is PHP7 PHP scripts are executed on the server and the result is sent to the web browser as plain HTML. PHP can be…

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JavaScript Comments

JavaScript Comments

Not all JavaScript statements are “executed”. Comments are lines of code that JavaScript will intentionally ignore. Commenting is a way that you can: Leave no to other developers. Describe what your code does. Leave notes to yourself for the future. Comment out a part of the Javascript code without deleting it. There are two ways to write comments in JavaScript: Single-line Comment Multi-line Comment Single Line Comments Single line comments start with  // ( two forward slashes).Anything you write after…

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JavaScript Syntax

JavaScript Syntax

In computer science, the syntax of a computer language (aka programming language ) is the set of rules that defines the structure of a programming language. And a computer programmer should follow these rules in order for the program to work. JavaScript syntax refers to a set of rules that determine how the language will be written (by the programmer) and interpreted (by the browser). Shortly, as a programmer, you have to follow some rules in order for the program…

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JavaScript Statements

JavaScript Statements

Example JavaScript Programs The idea of the statement is the same in every programming language.A computer program is a list of ‘ instructions’ to be ‘executed’ by a computer.Computers follow these ‘ instructions ‘ or ‘ steps’.Computers read these instructions from top to bottom, one by one.It’s like doing something step by step. But in a programming language, these programming instructions are called statements. Javascript Statements end with a Semicolons ; The idea of ‘statement’ is the same in every…

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