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How To Verify Your PHP Installation?

PHP provides two execution interfaces: Command Line Interface (CLI) and Common Gateway Interface (CGI). If PHP is installed in the \php directory on your system, you can try this to check your installation:

  • Run "\php\php -v" command to check the Command Line Interface (CLI).
  • Run "\php\php-cgi -v" command to check the Common Gateway Interface (CGI).

If you see PHP printing the version information on your screen for both commands, your installation is ok.

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  2. How To Verify Your PHP Installation?
  3. What Do You Need to Connect PHP to MySQL?
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  5. How To Connect to a MySQL Server with Default Port Number?
  6. How To Connect to a MySQL Server with a Port Number?
  7. How To Connect to MySQL Server with User Accounts?
  8. How To Access MySQL Servers through Firewalls?
  9. How To Get Some Basic Information Back from MySQL Servers?
  10. How To Close MySQL Connection Objects?
  11. How To Get a List of Databases from MySQL Servers?
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  13. What Happens If You Do Not Have Privileges to Create Database?
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  15. How To Drop an Existing Database?
  16. How To Select an Exiting Database?
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