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    The Semantics of PHP

      This page was created by Paul Conrad as part of his Graduate Independent Study (CSCI695) of the syntax and semantics of the PHP language.

      This page describes the semantics of the PHP programming language. As of date there does not seem to any literature or any other form of information on the semantics of the PHP programming language. This page, therefore, is going to be an attempt to offer such information.

      See Also

      For a quick, concise reference to terms used through out this page, see [ php.glossary.html ] which contains meta-linguistic terms, lexemes, and keyword definitions based on the C++ glossary found at [ c++.glossary.html ] with the appropriate adaptations to PHP.

      PHP Semantics

      The PHP programming language was found to be a rather quite large programming language in terms of how much functionality is put in place for a programming language. There really is not a truely defined semantics for the language. However, here are some notes partial on some semantics that could be dug up.

      Variables

      Functions

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