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what is the first code to write php?
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The first code is:
<?php
 
echo "HELLO WORLD!";
 
// or a variant:
 
echo strtolower("HELLO WORLD!");
 
?>

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strtolower() is a very important function. Especially when formatting question text prior to posting.
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Thank you!
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