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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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- How To Install PHP on Windows?
- How To Verify Your PHP Installation?
- What Do You Need to Connect PHP to MySQL?
- How To Turn on mysql Extension on the PHP Engine?
- How To Connect to a MySQL Server with Default Port Number?
- How To Connect to a MySQL Server with a Port Number?
- How To Connect to MySQL Server with User Accounts?
- How To Access MySQL Servers through Firewalls?
- How To Get Some Basic Information Back from MySQL Servers?
- How To Close MySQL Connection Objects?
- How To Get a List of Databases from MySQL Servers?
- How To Create a New Database?
- What Happens If You Do Not Have Privileges to Create Database?
- How To Get MySQL Statement Execution Errors?
- How To Drop an Existing Database?
- How To Select an Exiting Database?
- Can You Select Someone Else Database?
- How To Execute a SQL Statement?