The eval() function evaluates a string as PHP code.
The string must be valid PHP code and must end with semicolon.
This function returns NULL unless a return statement is called in the code string. Then the value passed to return is returned. If there is a parse error in the code string, eval() returns FALSE.
|phpcode||Required. Specifies the PHP code to be evaluated|
Note: A return statement will terminate the evaluation of the string immediately.
Tip: This function can be useful for storing PHP code in a database.
The output of the code above will be:
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