Test Status
      PHPRANDOMTEST
      (A) $nic
      (B) $number-in-class
      (C) $NumberInClass
      (D) $number_in_class
      (A) include ()
      (B) require ()
      (C) both of above
      (D) None of above
      (A) len($variable)
      (B) count($variable)
      (C) strcount($variable)
      (D) strlen($variable)
      (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) 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) my-function
      (B) size
      (C) -some word
      (D) This&that
      (A) Open source general purpose
      (B) Open source special purpose
      (C) Proprietary special purpose
      (D) Proprietary general purpose
      (A) (array)
      (B) (int64)
      (C) (real) or (double) or (float)
      (D) (object)
      (A) Print 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) shows the IP address of the webserver
      (B) shows the IP address of the local system
      (C) shows the IP address of the visitor
      (D) None of the above
      (A) The interpreter outputs a type mismatch error
      (B) The string is converted to a number and added to the integer
      (C) The string is discarded and the integer is preserved
      (D) The integer and string are concatenated together in a new string
      (A) include()
      (B) require()
      (C) both of above
      (D) None of above
      (A) incr count;
      (B) $count =+1
      (C) $count++;
      (D) incr $count;
      (A) $value1= $value?
      (B) $value1= # $value?
      (C) $value1= & $value?
      (D) None
      (A) May 19, 2009, 2:45 pm
      (B) may 19,09,2:45:32 PM
      (C) May 19,2009,14:45:32 pm
      (D) May 19,2009,14:45:32 PM
      (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