#development #eloquent #laravel #php
One of the lesser-known but highly useful functions in Laravel is
modelKeys method returns the primary keys for all models in the collection?
So, instead of doing this:
1$key = Post::all()->pluck('id');
You better do this:
1$keys = Post::all()->modelKeys();
$keys variable will contain an array with the primary key column values. The key types are typically 'int' for
integer primary keys and 'string' for string-based primary keys, but they can vary depending on your migration setup.
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