if elseif else Statements in PHP

by Hiroshi on June 20, 2008

in Elseif, PHP Basics

To understand if, else if and else statements when we use these in the same script consider following example.

<?php
$apples="2";
if($apples=='3')
{
echo "Wrong";
}
elseif($apples=='4')
{
echo "Wrong";
}
else
{
echo "Correct";
}
?>

Output will be correct.
If apples are 3 then print wrong.
then if apples are 4 print wrong.
Otherwise print correct.
Variables apples has a value of 2. Not 3 or 4.
So the output is correct which is in else condition.

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