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Time for action - getting PHP information

Carry out the following steps:

  1. Create a file named info.php in this directory: c:\xampplite\htdocs.
  2. Enter the following lines:
    <?php
    phpinfo();
    ?>
    
  3. Open http://localhost/info.php in your web browser.

What just happened?

The PHP information page contains everything about your PHP configuration. In case you haven't seen this page before, make sure you get at least a little bit familiar with it as a lot of people will ask for it when you ask questions in the concrete5 community.

If an extension like APC is enabled, you can find it somewhere in the information page. XAMPP doesn't come with a real cache extension like APC; the only backends we can use are the file system and a SQLite database.

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