Thursday, 13 November 2014

Concatenation the Strings in PHP and HTML

The concat() method is used to join two or more strings.
This method does not change the existing strings, but returns a new string containing the text of the joined strings.

string.concat(string1, string2, ..., stringX)
string1 - First string to be joined.
string2 - Second string to be joined. Up to N number of strings can be specified this way.

when you need Displaying more than one strings or combining the two strings where there may be variables or other things between them, 
it would be annoying to write a new statement to echo all the parts. php has a nice way of doing this for you, string concatenating
let me show you an example:
The . operator is the string concatenation operator and is very useful for situations like this. 
( i left spaces after and before '.' operators to make them more visible. this is not needed in fact. )

Example For HTML String
<div class="test"  name="<?php echo This." ".is." ".$row['name']." ".Blog; ?>"><div>

Example For PHP String
echo '<div class="test" name=" '.This.' '.is.' '.$row['name'].' '.ucwords($row['blog']).'"></div>';

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