Both increment the variable value by 1. The difference is what they evaluate to. The postfix increment operator evaluates to the value before it was incremented. The prefix increment operator evaluates to the value after it was incremented. What others are reading:Eloquent ORM – Continue reading What is the difference between the postfix i++ and prefix ++i increment operators?
Eloquent ORM seems like a simple mechanism, but under the hood, there’s a lot of semi-hidden functions and less-known ways to achieve more with it. First example :: Increments and Decrements Instead of this: $article = Article::find($article_id);
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Laravel 5.8 is now released and available to everyone. This release includes several new features along with the latest bug fixes and improvements to the framework’s core. Some of the new features include: PHP dotenv An integration with PHP dotenv 3.0 ships Continue reading Laravel 5.8 is Released
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Prepared statements in MySQL are an alternative to writing raw SQL code to execute. Instead, you write a statement with placeholders (?) where you want variable to go, then attach variables to those placeholders. A prepared statement is basically a Continue reading PHP – Using MySQL prepared statements