PHP IF ELSE




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IF..ELSE is used in PHP to provide conditional judgements. The basic syntax is as follows:

IF (conditional statement) {
  [code if condition is true]
}
ELSE {
  [code if condition is false]
}

Let's see an example. Assuming we have the following piece of code:

$sample = 10;
IF ($sample > 5) {
  print "Number is greater than 5";
}
ELSE {
  print "Number is less than 5";
}

The output of the above code is:

Number is greater than 5

This is because the condition, ($sample > 5), is true. Therefore, the code in the bracket after IF is executed.

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