46: Insert data into array in PHP – PHP tutorial



Insert data into array in PHP – Learn PHP backend programming. Today we will learn how to insert data into arrays that are either empty or already has data in them.

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17 thoughts on “46: Insert data into array in PHP – PHP tutorial”

  1. How to update multiple array? In laravel

    Example: you have data like this

    Id 1 invoNo= 500NA. pid=1 qty=30. Customname=ABC

    Id 2 invoNo= 500NA pid=3 qty=300 Customname=ABC

    How to update the data like this, help me the concept in case you can email me emma4082@gmail.com

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  2. Hello nice tuts. I HAVE A QUESTION. Related to array, can you explain why we put html input checkbox name= "checkbox [ ] " . How those brackets as key can turn into value in an array? I dont get it. Thanks pal you awesome.

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  3. thanks for that highlight thier but have one qn : how do i get to insert into another array like $emparray['movies'][] = array( "casts" => array()) ?????

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  4. I am trying to insert my <select name="subscriptionplan1"> into the database but for some reason, it won't insert it.

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  5. Good video, but it needs to progress to something beyond bare elementary. I am struggling to solve a problem and cant find one video

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  6. the array wont push, still 1 data only, exactly like ur code
    <?php
    if(isset($_POST['user']) && isset($_POST['pass']))
    {
    $user = array();
    $pass = array();
    array_push($user, $_POST['user']);
    array_push($pass, $_POST['pass']);
    print_r($user);
    }
    ?>
    <form action="test.php" method="post">
    <input type="text" name="user">
    <input type="password" name="pass">
    <input type="submit" name="submit">
    </form>

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  7. Is it required to use empty array and why we use them, I can't understand the way to use empty array $array = [] ?

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  8. great tuts, thnks….i want to ask you something.i get done most of the free php tutorials from youtube and all finish in some way at the same level…..what's next?what should we work on to go the php a level further?

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