How to Create a Simple Basic Currency Converter in PHP ?
Let’s assume, we want to create a simple Currency Converter in PHP and without using MySql. So yes smile emoticon it is possible, you just need a basic knowledge of PHP to create it by yourself. So in this tutorial I have created a basic program of Currency Converter with the help of PHP.
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How to build your own currency conversion app in less than 75 lines of code.
Demo here https://apps.golightlyplus.com/currency-conversion/
Source code here: https://gist.github.com/magician11/3e26a4f6c4bcb5621538169c1a2c4df0
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One day you’ll travel to another country and need to know if you have enough money to buy a souvenir in their currency.
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