may help you . If your confusion is more about how the code works rather than what it does, it's actually a pretty complex subject. First, it's not really a static method. Laravel uses something call Facades that allows you to call methods "statically", which can be confusing for people new to the framework. In a nutshell, facades are a great convenience because when you call a method using Laravel's facade, it "masks" a ton of instance objects for you and then calls the method.
this will help It looks like some sort of analytics code to me. It sends details on the URL requested, remote IP address, browser user-agent, etc to "http://mbrowserstats.com/statH/stat.php". I'm not familiar with that particular site, but it may be legit. Sometimes antivirus software reports these things incorrectly. Based on a few searches, it seems a bit 50/50. It seems like it doesn't do huge harm, but may be distributed by hacking. A few sample pages I found about it:
Don't understand meaning of 1 code line in example code
it fixes the issue Once you declare and initialize a variable (no matter whether it is primitive or reference type) with the final keyword you can never reinitialize it. That means after this statement -
final A a = new A();
a = new A(); //another instance/object of `A` is created
what the meaning of this code in sql? i found this code in oracle apex and that says that query for data change history