Test Status
      (A) $s1 + $s2
      (B) "{$s1}{$s2}"
      (C) $s1.$s2
      (D) implode(' ', array($s1,$s2))
      (A) delimited by single quote
      (B) delimited by double quote
      (C) delimited by <<< identifier
      (D) All of above
      (A) out a message asking your user to "telnet" in to the server and copy the file for you
      (B) Open the input and output files, and use read() and write() to copy the data block by block until read() returns a zero
      (C) Use the built in copy() function
      (D) Use "exec" to run an operating system command such as cp (Unix, Linux) or copy (Windows)
      (A) Linux And Mysql Php
      (B) Linux Apache Mysql Php
      (A) my-function
      (B) size
      (C) -some word
      (D) This&that
      (A) require()
      (B) include()
      (C) both of above
      (D) None of above
      (A) Array
      (B) Objects
      (C) Both
      (D) None
      (A) display content of the all drives
      (B) display a folder content
      (C) display all folder names
      (D) Parse error
      (A) Yes - regular expressions use Perl-like conventions
      (B) Yes - PHP supports two different types of regular expressions: POSIX-extended and Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions (PCRE).
      (C) Yes - regular expressions use the POSIX standard
      (D) No - PHP uses "glob" style matching only
      (A) It can never be changed or undefined
      (B) It can be changed and can be undefined
      (C) It can never be changed but can be undefined
      (D) It can be changed but can not be undefined
      (A) Using the strpos function
      (B) Using the == operator
      (C) Using strcasecmp()
      (D) Using strcmp()