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What is the PHP code for file location

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What is the php code to find where the file is located at on linux? like you know $_SERVER['location'];
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Document_Root, not location.

$_SERVER['DOCUMET_ROOT'];
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Thanks!
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by:nizsmo
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are you looking for PHP_SELF?

echo $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"];
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On Linux, meaning where the file is on the operating system.

EG: \home\root\www\file.php

Document_Root would display current location like above.
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by:steelseth12
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Reported for points passing . Have a nice day.
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by:Computer101
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HiTech and fapathy,

Seems these accounts both come from the same place, and it seems that it is mis appropriation of the point system.

Can you please explain what you are doing?

Thanks

Computer101
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