- Info:

- Assignement operators assign value to variable.

- Shortcut assignment operators, like += and /+, perform some mathematical operation before making the assignment.

- This tutorial is based on http://hr.php.net/manual/en/language.operators.assignment.php.

 Type Name Description \$a  = 5 Assignment \$a equals 5 \$a += 5 Addition-Assignment \$a equals \$a plus 5 \$a -= 5 Subtraction-Assignment \$a equals \$a minus 5 \$a *= 5 Multiplication-Assignment \$a equals \$a multiplied by 5 \$a /= 5 Division-Assignment \$a equals \$a divided by 5 \$a %= 5 Modulus-Assignment \$a equals \$a modulo 5 \$a .= 5 Concatenation-Assignment \$a equals \$a concatenated with 5

- Example:

- Creat PHP Console Application Test.php.

Test.php

<?php

#Test variables.---------------------------------------------------------------------------

\$x   = 15;

\$str = "Hello";

#Assignement operators.--------------------------------------------------------------------

\$x   += 10;                # \$x   = \$x   + 10;

\$x   -= 10;                # \$x   = \$x   - 10;

\$x   *= 10;                # \$x   = \$x   * 10;

\$x   /= 10;                # \$x   = \$x   / 10;

\$x   %= 10;                # \$x   = \$x   % 10;

\$str .= " World";          # \$str = \$str . " World";

#Display result.---------------------------------------------------------------------------

print(\$x);                 # Replace \$add with any other variable from above to see its value.

?>