declarations of type Function arguments, return values, and, as of PHP 7.4.0, class properties can all have type declarations. They make sure the value is of the required type at call time, else a TypeError will be thrown.
In PHP, there are several different types of functions. Internal (built-in) Functions and External (external) Functions are the two sorts of functions. Functions that are defined by the user.
Using the => symbol in PHP, we may attach a name with each array element. Associative array can be defined in two ways: 1st option: $salary=array("Sonoo"=>"350000","John"=>"450000","Kartik"=>"200000");
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