How to pass a parameter from request in laravel?

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by aubrey , in category: PHP Frameworks , 4 days ago

How to pass a parameter from request in laravel?

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by orpha , 3 days ago

@aubrey 

To pass a parameter from a request in Laravel, you can do so by using the request() helper function. Here is an example of how you can pass a parameter from a request to a controller method in Laravel:

  1. In your routes/web.php file, define a route that accepts a parameter:
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Route::get('/example/{param}', 'ExampleController@exampleMethod');


  1. In your controller, you can access the parameter passed in the request like this:
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public function exampleMethod($param){
   // Do something with the parameter
   return $param;
}


  1. You can then access this parameter by making a request to the defined route with the parameter in the URL:
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http://yourwebsite.com/example/parameterValue


The parameter will be passed to the exampleMethod in the ExampleController class and you can use it however you need within the method.