PHP Variables

A variable in PHP is a name of memory location that holds data. A variable is a temporary storage that is used to store data temporarily.

In PHP, a variable is declared using $ sign followed by variable name.

Syntax of declaring a variable in PHP is given below:

PHP Variable: Declaring string, integer and float

Let’s see the example to store string, integer and float values in PHP variables.

File: variableOne.php


PHP Variable: Sum of two variables

File: variableTwo.php


PHP Variable: case sensitive

In PHP, variable names are case sensitive. So variable name “color” is different from Color, COLOR, COLor etc.

File: variableThree.php


PHP Variable: Rules

PHP variables must start with letter or underscore only.

PHP variable can’t be start with numbers and special symbols.

File: variablevalid.php


File: variableinvalid.php


PHP: Loosely typed language

PHP is a loosely typed language, it means PHP automatically converts the variable to its correct data type.

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