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Installing and configuring PHP Variable Handling Functions

Description

In this page, we will discuss installing and configuring PHP Variable Handling functions.

Requirements:

PHP Variable Handling functions do not require any external library files.

Installation:

Since PHP Variable Handling functions are part of the PHP core, they don't require any installation.

Runtime Configuration:

You don't need to add any directive in php.ini for running PHP Variable Handling functions.

Resource Types:

PHP Variable Handling functions have no defined resource types.

Predefined constants:

In the following table, we have given a list of constants which are part of the PHP core.

PHP Variable Handling function has no constants defined.

See also

PHP Function Reference

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