How are variables denoted in PHP?
What variable name is incorrect?
Value 5 was set to the $a variable, then the $b=&$a variable was declared, after that $b was equated to 10. What are the values of $a and $b?
Are $b and $c equal after this code execution?
$c=7, $b=1, since variables $b and $c aren't related by link and their values change independently of each other
How do you declare a constant correctly?
define ($name, $value, $case_sensitivity);
const $name = $value;
$name = value;
How to tell whether a constant was defined?
What system constant ...contains the name of the current file?
How to enter text "1+3" into a variable?
What will be the result of code execution: echo $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"];?
The server name will be entered
The current file location will be entered
Is the $__MYVAR__ name correct for a variable?
This is a correct declaration, but it’s better not to use it: PHP can register such a system constant once, that will disrupt the script functioning
Yes, but undesirable
It this link equating correctly: $bar = &(24 * 7); ?
A link cannot direct an unnamed expression.
What will appear on the screen after code execution?
hello world world
hello world hello world
There will be an error
In what case will the $_REQUEST['username']; variable have a value?
If the $username variable has a value
If there’s a SWL request named username
If the username field was filled in a form
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