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PHP Manual :: NULL

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The special NULL value represents a variable with no value. NULL is the only possible value of type null.

A variable is considered to be null if:

  • it has been assigned the constant NULL.

  • it has not been set to any value yet.

  • it has been unset().


There is only one value of type null, and that is the case-insensitive constant NULL.


See also the functions is_null() and unset().

Casting to NULL

Casting a variable to null using (unset) $var will not remove the variable or unset its value. It will only return a NULL value.

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