I am new in ubuntu. So i am facing some problem with terminal command.So please help me. can i execute my php code in my terminal not my browser as like using localhost?
It is hard to understand the question because the final output of PHP web sites is HTML code, which can be interpreted from the web browser but can't be interpreted from the terminal itself. This article sheds more light on this subject.
Let's assume we have pretty simple PHP program, called
test.php, which looks like that:
$ cat /var/www/html/test.php <?php print "\n"; echo "<h1>Hello World!</h1>"; print "\n"; $a = '5'; $b = '10'; echo "<code>The result is: " . $c = $b / $a . "</code>"; print "\n"; print "\n"; # we need these lines to align the output into the terminal ?>
We can display the output of this code in several ways:
When we open this program in the web browser - as a web page - the result will looks like:
The actual result of our PHP program - page's source code is:
If test.php is executed as PHP program into the terminal, then we will get identical result -
If we want to execute the same program into the terminal through the web interface we can use
curlin this way -
Or we can use
wgetin this way -
wget -O - -q http://mysite.dev/test.php:
If we want to see the result of the interpretation of the HTML code into the terminal, we must use some text-based web browser like as Lynx -