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  1. First, open your CodeIgniter project and navigate to the "application" folder.

  2. Inside the "application" folder, locate the "controllers" folder. This folder contains all the controllers for your CodeIgniter project.

  3. Open the desired controller file where you want to add the function. If you don't have a controller file, you can create a new one. Conventionally, controller files have names ending with "_controller.php".

  4. In the controller file, create a new function. Functions in CodeIgniter are defined as public methods within the controller class. The function should have a unique name that reflects its purpose.

  5. Within the function, you can write the code that defines the desired functionality. This can include database queries, data manipulation, or any other logic specific to your application.

  6. Optionally, you can define parameters for the function if you need to pass any values to it. Parameters are specified within the function's parentheses, separated by commas.

  7. Once you have written the code for the function, save the controller file.

  8. Now, you can access the newly created function from your CodeIgniter project. The function can be accessed by appending its name to the base URL of your CodeIgniter application, followed by the controller name and the function name.

  9. To test the function, open a web browser and enter the URL that corresponds to the function. If you have set up the routing correctly, you should see the output of the function on the browser.

  10. Congratulations! You have successfully created a new function in CodeIgniter. You can now use this function to add new features or enhance the functionality of your application.