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  1. Sorry people here I have asked this before, so its a bit embarassing to me. But .... I have the following question. Its about using a function inside an if condition. The thing is that when I make a function with 2 returns in this case $data and $alternative I receive them both back. I ask this for grasping how a function acts inside an if condition. So my question is: how does the php engine ‘reason’? Is the outcome of the return ONLY POSSIBLE if you return 1 value inside an if condition; so either true or false ? Example:
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