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PHP Mailing Lists Quiz

MCQ: Php.general,, php.install and php.db all this list belongs to

  1. PHP user's mailing list
  2. PHP server mailing list
  3. Network connection functions
  4. None of them


Simple Session Code Quiz

MCQ: A function that takes no argument s and return a string, which is unique key corresponding to a particular session

  1. session_name ( )
  2. session_params ( )
  3. session_id ( )
  4. id ( )


Defining PHP Functions Quiz

MCQ: A way of wrapping up a chunk of code and giving that chunk a name so that we can use it later in just one line of code is called as

  1. Class
  2. Constructor
  3. Function
  4. Branching


Parsing Errors Quiz

MCQ: Missing of semicolon, No dollar signs are example of

  1. Rendering problem
  2. Installation related problem
  3. Parsing errors
  4. None of them


Error Handling in PHP Quiz

MCQ: Exceptions are caught and handled by using

  1. Try control construct
  2. Catch control construct
  3. Exception control construct
  4. Both A and B