A value may refer to any of the following:
1. In mathematics and computer programming, a value is a definite object that may be stored in a variable. The value can be numeric (such as an integer, or a floating point number), or alphanumeric (such as a character, or a string). It may also contain special characters like a dollar sign ($) or pound sign (#).
A value can be used for multiple purposes, including calculating a mathematical formula, creating pictures or music, or for displaying the value on a web page or Word document.
$firstvar = 13;
$secondvar = 48;
$total = $firstvar + $secondvar;
print "The total value is: $total\n";
In the program example above, there are three variables: "firstvar" that has a value of "13," "secondvar" that has a value of "48," and the "total" variable that takes the value of both variables to get a value of "61". When this program is run, it will print "The total value is: 61" to the screen.