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PHP Basics
How PHP Works
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Basic PHP Syntax
Variables
First PHP Script
PHP Operators
Creating Dynamic Pages
Passing Variables via the Query String
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PHP Basics
In this lesson of the PHP tutorial, you will learn...
How PHP works.
To write a simple PHP page.
To understand and work with simple PHP variables.
To use PHP operators.
To pass values from one page to another via the URL.
How PHP Works
When a user navigates in her browser to a page that ends with a .php extension, the request is sent to a web server, which directs the request to the PHP interpreter.
As shown in the diagram above, the PHP interpreter processes the page, communicating with file systems, databases, and email servers as necessary, and then delivers a web page to the web server to return to the browser.
The php.ini File
Before we look at PHP syntax, we should briefly mention the php.ini file. This is a plain text file that is used to configure PHP. When the PHP interpreter is started, it reads the php.ini file to determine what settings to use. We will mention this file from time to time throughout the course, but for now, it is enough that you are aware of its existence.
Basic PHP Syntax
PHP Tags
PHP code must be contained in special tags so that the PHP interpreter can identify it. Depending on the PHP configuration, these tags can take several forms:
lt;?php
PHP CODE GOES IN HERE
? gt;
This is the most commonly used (and recommended) form. It is known as the XML style, because it can be used inside of an XML document without causing the document to become poorly formed.
lt;script language="php" gt;
PHP CODE GOES IN HERE
lt;/script gt;
HTML or Script style tags.
lt;?
PHP CODE GOES HERE
? gt;
"Short" tags.
(see footnote)
lt;%
PHP CODE GOES HERE
% gt;
ASP-style tags.
(see footnote)
In this manual, we will use the first form shown as it is the most common and the most portable.
PHP Statements and Whitespace
PHP statements must be inside of PHP tags to be processed by the PHP interpreter. Each PHP statement must end with a semi-colon, which tells the PHP interpreter that the statement is complete. If a semi-colon does not appear at the end of a line, the interpreter will assume that the statement continues onto the next line.
The PHP interpreter condenses all sequential whitespace in PHP scripts to a single whitespace. This convenient feature allows PHP developers to structure their code in a readable format without being concerned about the effects of line breaks and tabs.
Comments
PHP has two forms of comments:
Single-line comments begin with a double slash (//).
Multi-line comments begin with "/*" and end with "*/".
Syntax
// This is a single-line comment
/*
This is
a multi-line
comment.
*/
PHP Functions
There are literally hundreds of built-in PHP functions that do everything from returning the current date and time on the server to pulling data out of a database. A function might take zero arguments (e.g, phpinfo(), which returns information on the PHP environment) or it might take several arguments (e.g, mail(), which takes three required and two optional arguments). The syntax for calling a function is straightforward:
Syntax
function_name(arguments);
The example below shows how the phpinfo() function works.
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/PhpInfo.php
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;PHPINFO lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;b
lt;?php
//Output information on the PHP environment
phpinfo();
? gt;b
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
Introduction to php.net
PHP functions are well documented at http://www.php.net. You can quickly look up documentation on a function by going to http://www.php.net/function_name. For example, to see documentation on phpinfo(), go to http://www.php.net/phpinfo.
(see footnote)
Hello World!
It is an unwritten rule that every programming course must contain a "Hello World!" script. Here it is:
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/HelloWorld.php
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;Hello World! lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;b
lt;?php
//Write out Hello World!
echo 'Hello World!';
? gt;b
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
Code Explanation
Notice the following about the above code:
Code between lt;?php and ? gt; is processed by the PHP interpreter.
The echo command is used to print text back to the browser.
This code isn't very exciting. In fact, PHP doesn't buy us anything here as we could have just as easily output the result using straight HTML. There is nothing dynamic about this script. After learning about variables, we'll take a look at some more interesting examples.
Variables
PHP variables begin with a dollar sign ($) as shown below.
Syntax
$var_name = "Value";
Variable Types
Variable Type
Explanation
Integer
whole number
Double
real number
String
string of characters
Boolean
true or false
Array
list of items
Object
instance of a class
Variable Names (Identifiers
(see footnote))
consist of letters, digits, underscores and dollar signs
cannot begin with a digit
are case sensitive
Type Strength
PHP is weakly typed, meaning that variables do not need to be assigned a type (e.g, Integer) at the time they are declared. Rather, the type of a PHP variable is determined by the value the variable holds and the way in which it is used.
Hello Variables!
Here is the "Hello World!" script again, but this time we use a variable.
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/HelloVariables.php
b lt;?php
$Greeting = 'Hello World!';
? gt;b
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;b lt;?php echo $Greeting; ? gt;b lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;b
lt;?php
echo $Greeting;
? gt;b
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
Code Explanation
This time the string "Hello World!" is stored in the $Greeting variable, which is output in the title and body of the page with an echo command.
Exercise: First PHP Script
Duration: 5 to 10 minutes.
In this exercise, you will write a simple PHP script from scratch. The script will declare a variable called $Today that stores the day of the week.
Open a new document and save it as Today.php in the PhpBasics/Exercises folder.
Declare a variable called $Today that holds the current day of the week as literal text.
Output $Today in the title and body of the page.
Test your solution in a browser. The resulting HTML page should look like this:
Instead of assigning a literal string (e.g, "Monday") to $Today, use the built-in date() function so that the script won't have to be manually updated every day to stay current. For documentation, visit http://www.php.net/date.
Where is the solution?
Variable Scope
A variable's scope determines the locations from which the variable can be accessed. PHP variables are either superglobal, global, or local.
Variable Scope
Explanation
superglobal
Superglobal variables are predefined arrays, including $_POST and $_GET. They are accessible from anywhere on the page.
global
Global variables are visible throughout the script in which they are declared. However, they are not visible within functions in the script unless they are re-declared within the function as global variables.
function
Variables in the function scope are called local variables. Local variables are local to the function in which they are declared.
Superglobals
Again, superglobal variables are predefined arrays, including $_POST and $_GET and are accessible from anywhere on the page. The complete list of superglobals is shown below.
$_GET - variables passed into a page on the query string.
$_POST - variables passed into a page through a form using the post method.
$_SERVER - server environment variables (e.g, $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'] returns the URL of the referring page).
$_COOKIE - cookie variables.
$_FILES - variables containing information about uploaded files.
$_ENV - PHP environment variables (e.g, $_ENV['HTTP_HOST'] returns the name of the host server.
(see footnote)
$_REQUEST - variables passed into a page through forms, the query string and cookies.
$_SESSION - session variables.
The elements within superglobal variables can be accessed in three different ways, which the authors of PHP and MySQL Web Development refer to as short style, medium style, and long style.
(see footnote)
Style
Syntax (using $_GET)
Notes
Short
$varname
Convenient, but it makes it difficult to distinguish superglobal variables from other variables in the code.
Requires register_globals config setting to be on.
Medium
$_GET['varname']
Recommended approach.
Happy medium between convenience and clarity.
Not available before v. 4.1.
Long
$HTTP_GET_VARS['varname']
Inconvenient to type.
Deprecated, but still supported in current versions.
Can be disabled via the register_long_arrays directive in the php.ini file.
Many of these superglobals will be covered later in the course.
Constants
Constants are like variables except that, once assigned a value, they cannot be changed. Constants are created using the define() function and by convention (but not by rule) are in all uppercase letters. Constants can be accessed from anywhere on the page.
Syntax
define('CONST_NAME',VALUE);
Variable-Testing and Manipulation Functions
(see footnote)
PHP provides built-in functions for checking if a variable exists, checking if a variable holds a value, and removing a variable.
(see footnote)
Function
Explanation
Example
isset()
Checks to see if a variable exists. Returns true or false.
isset($a)
unset()
Removes a variable from memory.
unset($a)
empty()
Checks to see if a variable contains a non-empty, non-false value.
empty($a)
PHP Operators
Operators in PHP are similar to those found in many modern C-like programming languages.
Mathematical Operators
Operator
Name
Example
+
Addition
$a + $b
-
Subtraction
$a - $b
*
Multiplication
$a * $b
/
Division
$a / $b
%
Modulus
$a % $b
String Operators
Operator
Name
Example
.
Concatenation
$a . $b
'Hello' . ' world!'
Assignment Operators
Operator
Name
Example
=
Assignment
$a = 1;
$c = 'Hello' . ' world!';
+=
-=
*=
/=
%=
.=
Combination Assignment
$a += 1;
$a -= 1;
$a *= 2;
$a /= 2;
$a %= 2;
$a .= ' world!';
++
Increment By One
$a++;
++$a;
--
Decrement By One
$a--;
--$a;
Other Operators
Operator
Name
Example
?:
Ternary
$foo = ($age gt;= 18) ? 'adult' : 'child';
@
Error Suppression
$a = @(1/0);
Creating Dynamic Pages
Single Quotes vs. Double Quotes
In PHP, for simple strings you can use single quotes and double quotes interchangeably. However, there is one important difference of which you need to be aware. Text within single quotes will not be parsed for variables and escape sequences
(see footnote). Compare the examples below.
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/SingleQuotes.php
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;Single Quotes lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;b
lt;?php
$person = 'George';
echo '\tHello\n$person!!';
? gt;b
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
Because of the use of single quotes above, the string "\tHello\n$person!!" will be output literally, as shown below.
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/DoubleQuotes.php
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;Single Quotes lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;b
lt;?php
$person = "George";
echo "\tHello\n$person!!";
? gt;b
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
This time, because of the double quotes, the string will be parsed for variables and special characters and will be output as shown below.
To see the effect of the special characters (\n and \t), you will have to view the source of the resulting page.
Passing Variables on the URL
A common way to pass values from the browser to the server is by appending them to the URL as follows:
Syntax
http://www.webucator.com/hello.php?greet=Hello amp;who=World
The part of the URL that follows the question mark is called the query string. One or more name-value pairs can be passed to the server in this way. Each name-value pair is separated by an ampersand ( amp;). The processing page can read these name-value pairs and use them to determine its response.
The HTML page below shows an example of how these name-value pairs might be passed.
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/HelloHi.html
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;Preferred Greeting lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;
Do you prefer a formal greeting or an informal greeting?
lt;ul gt;
lt;li gt; lt;a href="HelloHi.phpb?greet=Hellob" gt;Formal lt;/a gt; lt;/li gt;
lt;li gt; lt;a href="HelloHi.phpb?greet=Hib" gt;Informal lt;/a gt; lt;/li gt;
lt;li gt; lt;a href="HelloHi.phpb?greet=Howdyb" gt;Friendly lt;/a gt; lt;/li gt;
lt;/ul gt;
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
Code Sample: PhpBasics/Demos/HelloHi.php
b lt;?php
//Assign the passed variable to a variable with
//a more convenient name.
$greeting = $_GET['greet'];
? gt;
b
lt;html gt;
lt;head gt;
lt;title gt;b lt;?= $greeting ? gt;b World! lt;/title gt;
lt;/head gt;
lt;body gt;b
lt;?php
echo "$greeting World!";
? gt;b
lt;/body gt;
lt;/html gt;
Code Explanation
Notice the following about the code above.
Variable names begin with a dollar sign ($).
Values passed in the query string are part of the $_GET array and can be accessed using the following syntax: $_GET['fieldname'].
A shortcut for echo 'text to print'; is lt;?= 'text to print' ? gt;.
(see footnote)
Exercise: Passing Variables via the Query String
Duration: 10 to 15 minutes.
In this exercise, you will write a script that says hello to different people based on what is passed through the query string.
Open PhpBasics/Exercises/HelloWho.html in your editor. You will see that it is the same as the demo we looked at earlier.
Modify HelloWho.html so that it has four links, each of which passes the name of one of the Beatles (Paul, John, George, and Ringo) to HelloWho.php, which is in the same directory.
Open PhpBasics/Exercises/HelloWho.php in your editor. Modify the code so that it outputs a greeting based on the link clicked on HelloWho.html.
Try it out in your browser.
Change the links so that each Beatle gets a custom greeting (e.g, Howdy Paul, Hi John, Bye George, Hey Ringo).
Where is the solution?
PHP Basics Conclusion
In this lesson of the PHP tutorial, you have learned how to write a simple PHP page, to recognize and look up documentation on PHP functions, to work with variables and to pass variables from one page to another via the query string.
Footnotes
Must be enabled via the short_open_tag
php.ini configuration file directive.
Must be enabled via the asp_tags
php.ini configuration file directive.
Another very good function reference is located at http://www.phpdig.net/ref/.
Variable, function and class names are all identifiers and all follow the rules above, with the exception that function names are not case sensitive.
Which environment variables are available depends on the specific server setup and configuration.
PHP amp; MySQL Web Development, Third Edition, p. 21-22
For a complete list of variable functions see http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.variables.php.
To output the results of these functions to a browser, use the var_dump() function (e.g. var_dump(isset($a));).
Escape sequences are used for characters that cannot easily be output within strings. Common escape sequences are \n for a newline, \t for a tab, \\ for a backaslash, \" for a double quote, and \$ for a dollar sign.
Many PHP developers feel that it is best practice to avoid using this shortcut syntax for echo. One reason for this is that the shortcut syntax makes the resulting PHP file impossible to parse as XML. Another is that the short_open_tag directive must be turned on for it to work. See http://us3.php.net/manual/en/ini.core.php#ini.short-open-tag.
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