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You need to be more descriptive with the question, writing just "open" in question title doesn't appeal as it is vague. What did you mean by "open", did you mean open the file for editing, or open as in view in browser. You should edit your question and add clarity in the Description section, to which context your question referred to.
Ipang dont take a sentence that serious, you need to understand the meaning of it not the words
Lexfuturorum I take it seriously in any ways, despite "open" was just a word rather than a sentence. And it's hard to expect people to understand the exact meaning when it's just a one word 😁
Ipang ok I'll put this to the test what are the possible answers to his question with the context of this forum and the fact he used "open" and not "run"
Lexfuturorum People open web pages with browsers, and PHP codes are opened using browsers too. I rarely find someone say "run this PHP code in your browser".
Ipang no php files a processed by a Webserver and served to a browser as html
Lexfuturorum I know that. We're arguing over "open" and "run" all the while the OP doesn't bother, and we're going nowhere. Anyways I gotta go. (Edit) I'm leaving this thread, the OP doesn't seem to care for an interaction anyways.