PHP Interview Questions & Answers part 4
Often the data type of a variable constrains what you can do with it. For example, you can't perform array-related functions on simple strings. Similarly, you may want to make sure that a variable contains an integer or a float before using it in a mathematical calculation, even though PHP will often help you by changing types for you in this situation.
Q: – What function do you use to read a line of data from a file?
Your goal should always be to make your code easy to read and understand. A variable such as $ab123245 tells you nothing about its role in your script and invites typos. Keep your variable names short and descriptive. A variable named $f is unlikely to mean much to you when you return to your code after a month or so. A variable named $filename, on the other hand, should make more sense.
Q: – What function do you use to write a line of data to a file?
The variable name $666666xyz is not valid because it does not begin with a letter or an underscore character
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