Test Status
      PHPRANDOMTEST
      (A) database name
      (B) database host
      (C) user ID
      (D) password
      (A) \d{3}\|\d{8}
      (B) [a-z][a-z][a-z]\|\w{9}
      (C) [az]{3}\|[az]{9}
      (D) .*
      (A) include()
      (B) require()
      (C) both of above
      (D) None of above
      (A) PHP makes a website dynamic.
      (B) PHP can be used to develop web applications.
      (C) PHP applications can not be compiled.
      (D) PHP can not be embedded into html.
      (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) 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) Array
      (B) Objects
      (C) Both
      (D) None
      (A) Because the included code will be embedded in a PHP execution block, the PHP execution block, the PHP escape tags ( aren't required on the file to be includeD.
      (B) Any code found within an included file will inherit the variable scope of the location of its caller
      (C) For the inclusion of remote files the allow-url-pope must be enabled ad URL wrapper must be supported
      (D) Including a file produces the same result as copying the data from the file specified into the location in which the statement appears.
      (A) Partially cross-platform
      (B) Truly cross-platform
      (C) None of above
      (A) Open source general purpose
      (B) Open source special purpose
      (C) Proprietary special purpose
      (D) Proprietary general purpose
      (A) Larry Wall
      (B) Guido Van Rossum
      (C) Rasmus Lerdorf
      (D) James Gosling
      (A) Identifier are case sensitive. So $result is different than $ result
      (B) Identifiers can be any length
      (C) Both of above
      (D) None of above
      (A) PHP interfaces to the MySQL database,and you should transfer any data in Oracle or Sybase to MySQL if you want to use PHP on the data.
      (B) PHP interfaces to a number of relational databases such as MySQL, Oracle and Sybase. A wrapper layer is provided so that code written for one database can easily be transferred to another if you later switch your database engine.
      (C) PHP interfaces to a number of relational databases such as MySQL, Oracle and Sybase but the interface differs in each case.
      (D) There's little code in PHP to help you interface to databases, but there's no reason why you can't write such code if you want to.