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If isset function variable paramenters php

I have this function The problem is that sometimes the variable Product $product doesn’t exist and this gives me an error. I would like to do a kind of if isset and if it doesn’t exist just apply the $product variable I’m new to programming I hope I don’t offend anyone with this question hehe To explain myself better, I

PHP if statement: Zero vs ’empty’

I’m creating a WordPress website using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. I have a set of fields for tennis score results. In the template, I’m showing these fields like this: The problem is that some scores are zero, so they’re not showing up. I understand that this is because 0 basically equals null, so the statement is false. One solution

get_meta_tags – if else [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 12 months ago. Improve this question I have: How I can add if else, If the meta tag ‘filter-title’ doesn’t exist and I only want to display the text “Filtering” instead?

PHP If/Else Statements Not Hitting All Cases

I have this as my syntax, and my issue is that if both $employee and $saleDate are set the where clause is added as expected. However, if only $employee OR $saleDate are set, then the where clause is never added to the query. What is the proper way to write this syntax so that the appropriate where clauses is added