How to use increment function in laravel?

by cortez.connelly , in category: PHP Frameworks , 21 days ago

How to use increment function in laravel?

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by elise_daugherty , 20 days ago

@cortez.connelly 

In Laravel, you can use the increment function to increment a column's value by a specific amount. Here is how you can use the increment function:

  1. Using the increment function in a model:
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use AppModelsUser;

$user = User::find(1);
$user->increment('points', 10);

// This will increment the points column of the user with ID 1 by 10


  1. Using the increment function in an Eloquent query:
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use AppModelsUser;

User::where('id', 1)->increment('points', 10);

// This will increment the points column of the user with ID 1 by 10


  1. You can also provide a second parameter to specify the amount by which to increment the column:
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$user->increment('points', 5);

// This will increment the points column of the user by 5


  1. You can also decrement a column's value using the decrement function:
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$user->decrement('points', 5);


This will decrement the points column of the user by 5.


Note: Make sure to replace User with the actual model you are using in your Laravel application.