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Hello dear friends I am going to post my first php tutorial: (Do comment your views).

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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 one of the first developed server-side scripting languages to be embedded into an HTML source document rather than calling an external file to process data. The code is interpreted by a Web server with a PHP processor module which generates the resulting Web page. It also has evolved to include a command-line interface capability and can be used in standalone graphical applications.
Now friends I am going to show you how to write your first code in php. //to end the php code you will put '?>' . It'll tell compiler when to stop. between these starting and end delimiters you'll write the php instructions
now the first php code, //this code will display hello world //echo => its an output instruction output: Hello world Now, this code can be written by embedding html in it. This text is bold"; ?> //BR => it's a line break instruction //B => it is used for making the text bold output: Hello World \(\mathbf{This}\) \(\mathbf{text}\) \(\mathbf{is}\) \(\mathbf{bold}\)

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we can also use a variable for this purpose: to initialize a variable in php we use $variable_name output: My friend name is Aproov
\[\color{maroon}{\mathtt{\text{}}}\] like C language, php also have comments. Comments are used to increase the readability of a program. There are two types of comments 1. single line 2. multi line For single line comments we type // and text put after these are ignored by the compiler For multi line comments we type /* text after this is ignored until compiler finds */
Thats it for this tutorial. I hope you'll learn from this tutorial. Good luck.
i see this has a lot of resemblance to C language. i think if a person has background on C language then this is not that hard yes? interesting. one question though. where can i type php? i mean does notepad support it? or dev c++? or a completely new software?
@lgbasallote yes a person with C language background can easily learn this language. for php you'll need a server to execute you code or if you dont like to pay for server then download & install xampp. to write php code you can use a notepad or a notepad++ and save your file with an extension .php. link to download xampp and notepad++ are as under: 1.http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html 2.http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
It is very well written Annas
@Eyad see the first tutorial and do comment about it :)
Good Job Mate! ,and btw u can just use Dreamweaver ...
Good job anns
thank you
i'll post my other tutorials very soon :)
v well :)) God job,,,carry on..
good job annas carry on
thank you guyz :)
@annas Good work
thanks ash :)

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