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PHP PHP Basics (Retired) PHP Datatypes Integers

What is different between Integer and String ??

What is different between Integer and String ??

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An integer is a variable that specifically holds a numerical value. Whereas a string is a variable that can hold a range of characters (including numbers). Strings are usually enclosed in inverted commas like so: "This is a string." Where as Integers are just a number like so: 732

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Yes here , STRING : is a variable that can hold a range of characters (including numbers). strings are usually enclosed in inverted commas like so: "This is a string." where as INTEGERS are just a number like so: 732

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Here in array section, what is print_r() ?

You should ask this in a new question instead of in the comments of this question. More people will see your question and be able to help you then.