Assign Textbox Value As Php Variables?

may i know if in php i can assign the textbox value from the user input as variables and then display the result of in the same page. ssume, user insert the checkin and checkout date, then it wil automatically show the numbers of the day the user will stay at the hotel.
 
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Assign Textbox Value To Variables?

may i know if in php i can assign the textbox value from the user input as variables and then display the result of in the same page. assume, user insert the checkin and checkout date, then it wil automatically show the numbers of the day the user will stay at the hotel.

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