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PHP

 (pē′āch′pē′)
A trademark for a widely used scripting language designed for producing dynamic webpages.
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PHP, or Hypertext Preprocessor, is a programming dialect that takes into account the client to have more control over the HTML that makes up a website page.
PHP was originally called PHP/FI (Personal Home Page/Forms Interpreter) in 1994 when it was originally designed and was renamed to PHP Tools in 1995 before it was renamed to just PHP (as a recursive acronym meaning PHP Hypertext Preprocessor) in 1997 with the release of version 3.0.
Thanks to the explosive popularity of Web 2.0, application delivery is now possible through a variety of means - AJAX based applications, Java based applications, Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP), Active Server Pages (ASP) and .Net.
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