Simply add an array of condition in where function of laravel Eloquent to create multiple where clause.
Here is an example of multiple where conditions in Laravel.
'condtion1'=>'condition','condtion2'=>'condition','condtion3'=>'condition',......... 'condtionn'=>'condition']; $results=YourModel::where($conditions)->get();$conditions=[
You can also add conditions like this
$query->where([ ['column_1', '=', 'value_1'], ['column_2', '<>', 'value_2'], [COLUMN, OPERATOR, VALUE], ... ])
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