An array can be converted to an object in PHP. <?php $a=array(“aa”,”bb”); $a=(object)$a ?> However you can not access the member of $a because there is not a name for […]
strip_tags(“hello <p> world</p>”)–> “hello word” list($a,$b,$c)=$myarray; $a<=$myarray,$b<=$myarray,$c=$myarray compact(“variablename1″,”variablename2″,…”) returns an array whose members are “variablename1″=>$variablename1, “variablename2″=>$variablename2, …. if $variablename is not in the current scope, compact won’t include it. array_rand($arr) […]
In the previous chapter, we know wp-settings.php is a complex file. This file loads almost everything like plugins and active theme. We will look into it further. After including plugin […]
dirname in php may not be what you think it to be: given a full path name of a file, return its directory part. In fact, dirname(pathname) returns the parent […]
The first php file loaded when you access a WordPress site is index.php under the root directory of the site. It is a very simple file with only 2 lines […]
A C programmer often uses include statement in PHP, but when you read professional PHP scripts, you may find require/require_once is more common. What are the differences between include, require, […]
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