used to create dynamic web pages.?php echo '
>Hello World</p>'; ?>
This is stored in a file with a ".php" extension. The web server passes the file to the PHP interpreter which executes the code in the <?php ... ?> tags. The tagged code is then replaced with its output, typically ordinary HTML, in the response sent to the web browser.
PHP is a recursive acronym.
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