Now that you've got the basics of PHP variables and operators down, the second article in this series takes a look at PHP's form-processing capabilities, and introduces you to the comparison and logical operators and the "if-else" and "switch" family of conditional statements.
In last time's lesson, we taught you the basics of PHP variables, and showed you how to add, multiply and concatenate them together. We also introduced you to Her Majesty's most endearing secret agent, and demonstrated just how useful the require() and include() functions are.
Now, you're probably expecting more of the same this week.
Sorry. We're not in the mood.
What we *are* in the mood for, instead, is a little Shakespeare. Read on to find out more.