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Hi everyone, 


Can anybody like to explain php page/request life cycle? 

Edited by hamza

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A php script is triggered by a request from a client, does it's thing, sends its output and quits. It has no life after that and the next time it is executed will be the same as the first unless there are provisions made by the designer/code to maintain some 'state' to assist in properly responding to the latest request.


Does that help? If not I'm positive you could google this same question and get pages of results.

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