Saturday, September 19, 2020

PHP Logical Operators (Examples)



Hello dear readers! welcome back to another section of my tutorial on PHP. In this tutorial guide, we will be discussing about the PHP Logical Operators.

Try the following example below to have a proper understanding of all the logical operators. Copy and paste the following PHP codes in a text.php file and save the file in your PHP Server's document root and then browse it using any Web browser.

<html>
   
   <head>
      <title>Logical Operators</title>
   </head>
   
   <body>
      
      <?php
         $a = 42;
         $b = 0;
         
         if( $a && $b ) {
            echo "TEST1 : Both a and b are true<br/>";
         }else{
            echo "TEST1 : Either a or b is false<br/>";
         }
         
         if( $a and $b ) {
            echo "TEST2 : Both a and b are true<br/>";
         }else{
            echo "TEST2 : Either a or b is false<br/>";
         }
         
         if( $a || $b ) {
            echo "TEST3 : Either a or b is true<br/>";
         }else{
            echo "TEST3 : Both a and b are false<br/>";
         }
         
         if( $a or $b ) {
            echo "TEST4 : Either a or b is true<br/>";
         }else {
            echo "TEST4 : Both a and b are false<br/>";
         }
         
         $a = 10;
         $b = 20;
         
         if( $a ) {
            echo "TEST5 : a is true <br/>";
         }else {
            echo "TEST5 : a  is false<br/>";
         }
         
         if( $b ) {
            echo "TEST6 : b is true <br/>";
         }else {
            echo "TEST6 : b  is false<br/>";
         }
         
         if( !$a ) {
            echo "TEST7 : a is true <br/>";
         }else {
            echo "TEST7 : a  is false<br/>";
         }
         
         if( !$b ) {
            echo "TEST8 : b is true <br/>";
         }else {
            echo "TEST8 : b  is false<br/>";
         }
      ?>
      
   </body>
</html>

Output

When the above code is executed, it will produce the following result -

TEST1 : Either a or b is false
TEST2 : Either a or b is false
TEST3 : Either a or b is true
TEST4 : Either a or b is true
TEST5 : a is true 
TEST6 : b is true 
TEST7 : a is false
TEST8 : b is false

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Alright guys! This is where we are rounding up for this tutorial post. In my next tutorial post, we are going to be discussing about Assignment Operators.

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