strval() to get string from a variable

From any type of data ( variable ) we can get string output. This can be used to convert any numeric data to string.
echo strval(34)."<br>"; //34
echo strval(12.34)."<br>"; // 12.34 
echo strval(12.340)."<br>"; // 12.34 
echo strval(.34)."<br>"; // 0.34 
echo strval(0.34)."<br>"; // 0.34 
echo strval(-0.34)."<br>"; // -0.34 
echo strval('plus2net')."<br>";// plus2net
The return value is string.

Application using strval()

Find the sum of every 2nd digit of any integer.
$my_num=strval(12345678);
$sum=0;
for($i=0; $i<strlen($my_num); $i++){
	if(($i % 2) ==0){
	$sum=$sum + $my_num[$i];	
	}	
}
print($sum)
Output is 16
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