Using phpinfo() – Display PHP Configuration & Modules
phpinfo() is a PHP built-in function used to display information about PHP’s configuration settings and modules.
When we install PHP, there are many additional modules also get installed. Most of them are enabled and some are disabled. These modules or extensions enhance PHP functionality. For example, the date-time extension provides some ready-made function related to date and time formatting. MySQL modules are integrated to deal with PHP Connections.
It is good to take a look on those extensions. Simply use
phpinfo() function as given below.
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
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