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  • 1. in A tutorial made by: Elise Margaret R. Sumanga
  • 2. PHP is a widely usedlanguage which stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor PHP files can containtext, HTML, JavaScript code, and PHP code.
  • 3. To test PHPfiles, makesure you’ve installed...
  • 4. XAMPP is an •Apache •mySQL integratedserver package •PHP of: • Perl XAMPP interprets scripts written in PHP.
  • 5. To test if XAMPP is properly running... Locate “c:xampp” folder Open the xampp_start application
  • 6. All PHP files should besaved in the htdocs folder “c:xampphtdocs”
  • 7. Let’s start this tutorial byopening the text editor that you’ll fall in with!
  • 8. I am using Sublime Text 2 and this is what it looks like :D
  • 9. PHP scripts It startscan be placed with <?php anywhere in and endsthe document. with ?>BASIC PHP SYNTAX
  • 10. BASIC PHP SYNTAX
  • 11. To output strings in the browser, we can use PHP’s echo or print
  • 12. Let’s save ourAll PHP files work and nameshould have it.. .php as its default file Helloworld.php extension.
  • 13. Again, all PHP files should be saved in the htdocs folder“c:xampphtdocs”
  • 14. After saving, you’ll notice that the color of the code changes 
  • 15. There you have it. Now, Open yourit’s time to test browser the code. and type:http://localhost/[nameofyourfile.php]
  • 16. So in our case:http://localhost/helloworld.php

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