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    Hi today i started to learn PHP in online am very confused about GET and POST methods, can anybody explain that to me

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    In PHP there is basically two method GET and POST.
    The difference between those method is that:
    In GET method you can send the message to the server side but at the time of sending data you can see the record at the address bar.
    While in POST method you can send the message to the server side but at the time of sending data you can not see the record at the address bar.

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    Get and Post methods are the part of HTTP protocol. I use Get method to retrieve any data from the URL and Post method to send any data to a URL.


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    Well php is one of the best and well known programing today. It is open source and has the best compatibility to most and well known platforms like unix, linux and windows. The scripting of it easy to understand.

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    POST or GET should be equally easy and fast to parse.The GET method sends data using URL, the POST method sends them through the standard entrance STDIO.The POST method transfers information via HTTP headers.

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    These all method which you can share over here is really very great. These both method are the part of the HTML in all these there are so many things which is really very great.

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    PHP language is very easy. There are many ways to learn PHP. You can learn it from the Internet. You can join a good class. You can consult the good book on PHP. You can also use the instructions from the Internet.

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    PHP is a Open Source language. It is programs that can also run in Windows and Unix. Its scripting language that was originally designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages. It can interact with MySQL databases.

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    PHP Used Two Methods for Send Information to Web Server

    1. GET Method and 2. POST Method

    - The GET method sends information encrypted page request.The user page and the encoded information is separated by? character.

    - The POST method to transfer information on HTTP headers. Information is encoded as described in the case of GET method name and the title of QUERY_STRING.

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    Hypertext Preprocessor is widely used scripting language in general use that was originally designed for web development to producing dynamic web pages. For this purpose.PHP is available as a processor for most modern web servers as a standalone interpreter on most operating systems and computing platforms.

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