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Published on Nov 2nd, 2016

Nullable and void types are both new to PHP 7.1. Should you desire to, you may now mark a typehint or return type as being nullable, simply by prefixing it with a question mark. This indicates that you expect either the given type, or null. Additionally, the ability to specify a void return type is now available.


    1. Install PHP 7.1

      Free Episode 3:09
    2. Nullable and Void Types

      Free Episode 6:18
    3. Iterables

      Free Episode 3:49
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