questions

A. 16 bit integer value
B. 8 bit integer value
C. 64 bit integer value
D. 32 bit integer value
A. 16 bit integer value
B. 8 bit integer value
C. 64 bit integer value
D. 32 bit integer value
A. print ( )
B. echo ( )
C. None of above
D. Print f ( )
A. String
B. Array
C. Boolean
D. Float
A. String
B. Array
C. Boolean
D. Float
A. <% %>
B. <? php ?>
C. <script language="php"> </script>
D. <? ?>
A. <% %>
B. <? php ?>
C. <script language="php"> </script>
D. <? ?>
A. print ( )
B. echo ( )
C. sprint f ( )
D. print f ( )
A. session_destroy
B. session_decode
C. session_pw
D. session_id
A. $ alive is true
B. $ alive is false
C. the statement is snot valid
D. $ alive is overflow
A. <P="This is php example"; ?>
B. <?echo "This is php example"; ?>
C. <script language="php"> print "This is php example";</script>
D. <?PHP echo "This is php example"; php?>
A. The recipient
B. The message
C. The subject
D. The header
A. % b
B. % a
C. % d
D. % c
A. user ID
B. database host
C. database name
D. password
A. Voltage balancing potentiometric
B. Ballast
C. none of these
D. Simple current sensitive
A. You can use different delimiting styles in same page
B. You can use any of the delimiting style
C. Variables declared in previous blocks are remenbered on later blocks too!
D. You can use any delimiting style but must use a single style consistently for a page
A. Nodular
B. Malleable
C. Grey
D. Ductile
A. 4, 1, 2, 3, 5
B. 1, 4, 2, 3, 5
C. 4, 1, 3, 2, 5
D. 1, 5, 4, 2, 1
A. <? Php $ season="summer time"; print"<p> I love the $ season</p>"; ?>
B. <? Php print ("<P> I love the summer time</p>";?>
C. All of above
D. <?Php $ message="<p> I love the summer time </p>; ecdho $ message; ?>
A. The file uploaded with success
B. Uplaod is not successful, error occurred
C. File upload progress is 0% completed
D. Uploaded file size is 0