I'm relatively new to programming, so please bear with me if my question sounds a bit naive. I've been working with PHP for a while now and I'm starting to explore more advanced concepts like asynchronous and event-driven programming models. However, I'm a bit confused about how to handle control structures in PHP when working with these models.
I understand that in traditional sequential programming, control structures like if-else statements and loops are used to control the flow of execution. But in asynchronous or event-driven programming, where tasks are executed independently and may not complete in the same order they were started, I'm not sure how control structures fit in.
For example, let's say I have a PHP script that needs to perform multiple asynchronous tasks and then process their results accordingly. How do I use control structures like if-else statements or loops to handle the logic and flow of execution in such scenarios? Do I need to approach it differently or use alternative techniques or libraries specifically designed for asynchronous programming?
Any guidance or insights on how to handle control structures in PHP when working with asynchronous or event-driven programming models would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your help!