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    What version of PHP you use?

    PHP is a relatively easy scripting language to learn. Programmers with backgrounds in languages like C or Perl should have no problem using PHP. There are also a large number of free online resources to learn more about this scripting language.I'm curious to see What version of PHP you use.

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    I am not using PHP but i have some idea about PHP 5 like it supports SOAP, MySQLi, and variety of other extensions are significant milestones in PHP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ergherth View Post
    PHP is a relatively easy scripting language to learn. Programmers with backgrounds in languages like C or Perl should have no problem using PHP. There are also a large number of free online resources to learn more about this scripting language.I'm curious to see What version of PHP you use.

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    Well,
    I am basically learner, I want to learn php.

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    this is one of the best posts that I’ve ever seen; you may include some more ideas in the same theme.

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    We currently run the latest version of PHP and upgrade moment new one comes out.

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    Currently Iím using PHP 5 for develop application.

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    PHP is a general-purpose server-side scripting language originally designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages. It is among one of the first developed server-side scripting languages that is embedded into a HTML source document, rather than calling an external file to process data.

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    I am just learner of PHP (:

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    Basically i am learning about PHP and during my learning process i am using PHP 5 version.

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    A nice way to toggle the commenting of blocks of code can be done by mixing the two comment styles:

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    Quote Originally Posted by aman1 View Post
    I am also a learner for php.Can u share me best way for learning the php.
    Start with www.php.net/tutorial. php.net has good examples.

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    With regards to PHP this will depend on the version of OS X you are running Server.app on. Remember Server.app 5.2 can be run on both El Capitan and Sierra. You can check what version of PHP you have installed by typing the following command in Terminal.app on your Mac server.

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    I also use PHP version 5 yet

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