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How to Create Java String?

Friends, in today’s post, we will read about String in java and also see string types, so let’s start :-

Introduction to string in java

String is a sequence of characters such as “java string in english” is a string. In java, string is implemented like objects, this has been done so that operations can be performed on the string. Continue reading…

How to Create Variable in Java?

Friends, today in this post we will read about Variable in java and also see variable types, so let’s start :-

Introduction to Java Variables

Variable in java is used by Java to store any information and you do that information to the value of that variable. Continue reading…

How to Use String Function in PHP?

Friends, today we are going to tell you about the string function, when and where the string should be used, let us know about it, in PHP String is written in double quotes. Along with writing in double quotes(“”), you can also write string in single quotes(”). Continue reading…

How to Use Random Value Function in PHP?

Friends, today we will understand through this article about the random function of PHP, so for this we have a function rand() inside it we pass 2 parameters min and max inside it we put any 2 value when Also we refresh the page.So any random value in between will pick up and give. Continue reading…

How to Use require() function in PHP?

require() function

The require method is used just like the include method to include the file.
But when we include the file using require method and if that file is not found then that require method stops the execution of the file and shows fatal error. The require method is specially used to create framework, cms or any large level application. Continue reading…

How to Use include() function in PHP?

include() function

External PHP file is used in any PHP file from include() function.

In the include function, the path of the external PHP file has to be written along with the name of that file. The path is written in double(“”) or single quotes(”). Continue reading…