How to fetch value from objects in laravel?

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by addison , in category: PHP Frameworks , a month ago

How to fetch value from objects in laravel?

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by daisha , a month ago

@addison 

To fetch a value from an object in Laravel, you can use the following methods:

  1. Using the arrow (->) operator: You can access the value of a property in an object using the arrow (->) operator. For example, if you have an object called $user and you want to fetch the value of the "name" property, you can do so like this:
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$name = $user->name;


  1. Using the get() method: If you are fetching a value from a collection of objects, you can use the get() method to retrieve the value. For example, if you have a collection of users and you want to fetch the value of the "name" property of the first user in the collection, you can do so like this:
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$name = $users->first()->get('name');


  1. Using the value() method: If you want to fetch a single value from an object or collection, you can use the value() method. For example, if you have a user object and you want to fetch the value of the "email" property, you can do so like this:
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$email = $user->value('email');


These are some of the ways you can fetch values from objects in Laravel. Choose the method that best fits your requirements based on the structure of your objects and collections.