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PHP Data Types

In this tutorial you will get to know about the data types supported by PHP, what is data type, types of data type etc. This is the index page of PHP Data type, subsequent pages will make every data type clear.

Data Types in PHP:

 In programming language there are two types of data: atomic data and composite data, atomic data are those which can not broken further and composite data are just the opposite and it can be broken further.

Example of atomic data or datatype is like Integer, Float, Double etc. and examples of composite data are like structure, array, class etc.

In the links mentioned below we describe one by one:



PHP Boolean Data Types
In this PHP tutorial we will study about boolean data type of PHP Programming Language. By default value of a boolean data type variable is false. Few interesting results are shown with the help of examples, based on explicit conversion to boolean.
PHP Integer Data Type
In this PHP tutorial you will come to know about integer data type of PHP, range of this data type, automatic type conversion to float, and examples will illustrate these concepts
PHP Float Number Format
In this tutorial you will study about float number in PHP, different examples will illustrate the concept
PHP String Function
In this tutorial you will study about strings in PHP, different ways to print a string etc. Examples will exemplify the concept of string in PHP.
PHP Array Type
In this current PHP tutorial we will study about PHP array type and the examples will help you to learn array more precisely.
PHP Object Type
This PHP tutorial will reveal some interesting concepts of object, in addition it gives you a glimpse on object in PHP.
PHP Resource Associates
In this tutorial you will come to know about resource in PHP, it is a new kind of variable introduced in PHP. It is used to make and keep a reference of another file or connection with the database etc.


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