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PHP: Test for cURL Support

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How can I test if cURL is supported by an installation of PHP?
<?php

if( cURL_supported===true ) {echo 'cURL Supported!';}

?>

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Question by:hankknight
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use function_exists('curl_init')
<?php
$cURL_supported = function_exists('curl_init');
if( $cURL_supported===true ) {echo 'cURL Supported!';}

?>

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