Project 7: For Each Array

The foreach loop in PHP is a powerful tool for iterating through arrays. Here’s a quick explanation about For Each Array:

What it does: It allows you to process each element in an array one by one.
Syntax: foreach ($array as $key => $value) { … }
$array: The array you want to loop through.
$key: (Optional) Represents the index (position) of the current element.

Project 6: While Array

The while loop with arrays in PHP allows you to repeatedly execute a block of code as long as a certain condition about the array remains true. Here’s a breakdown about While Array :

Concept: Imagine a box (array) with items (data). The while loop acts like a conveyor belt. Condition: You set a condition based on the array (e.g., “there are still items left”).

Project 5: Do While Array

Do-While Loop with Arrays:

This loop executes a block of code at least once, then continues to loop as long as a condition remains true. It’s particularly useful for processing arrays where you need to guarantee at least one iteration.

Project 4: Array in for loop (Information of Students)

Arrays: Imagine an array as a list that holds multiple items. Each item has an index (like a position number) for easy access.

for Loop: A for loop is a programming construct that allows you to repeat a block of code a specific number of times.

Project 3: Print Statement and echo

PHP offers two main ways to display information:

print statement:

This statement directly outputs text to the browser. Here’s an example:

Project 2: Variables

In PHP, variables act like containers that store information you can use throughout your code. They have a name and a value, like a label and the content in a box.