Last time, I talked about fun uses of the
match() expression in PHP, using unconventional types of expressions on the right-arm branch. This time, I want to expand that discussion to include fun tricks on the left-side of the `=>`, and how you can easily match by multiple values at the same time.
I'm going to assume you have read the previous installment about how
match() works and what an "expression" means. Also, I don't claim to be the original source of these tricks. I'm just documenting them because they're cool. Let's dive in.
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