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Today's Date (according to this Web server) is Chapter 8 - MySQL Administration
Today's Date (according to this Web server) is List of FiguresMost of this is plain HTML. The line between , however, is written in PHP. means "end PHP code". The Web server is asked to interpret everything between these two delimiters, and to convert it to regular HTML code before it sends the Web page to the requesting browser. The browser is presented with something like this: Today's Date
Today's Date (according to this Web server) is Wednesday, May 30th 2001.Notice that all signs of the PHP code have disappeared. In its place, the output of the script has appeared, and looks just like standard HTML. This example demonstrates several advantages of server-side scripting:
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