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Question 01:                   (Marks: 05)

 

Write a small program (Code) in PHP language which declares a variable that stores some amount and calculate the “Zakat” on this amount.

 

Note: The “Zakat” can be calculated through formula “(Amount * 2.5)/100”

 

 

Question 02:                   (Marks: 10)

 

 

The associative Array in PHP language can be define/declare through Array() function and can take any number of key-value pairs. The indices/keys of an associative array can be numeric or string.

 

Write a small program (Code) in PHP language which declares an array of five students named “Student”. The key/index of this array would be students’ roll numbers while the values would be their names. Also print students’ names on the screen.

Sample output:

                  Student 1:  Ahmed Ali

                  Student 2:  Ikram

                  Student 3:  Sumair       

                  Student 4:  Imran

                  Student 5:  Shabeer

 

 

Question 03:                   (Marks: 05)        

 

Write a small program (Code) in PHP language using for loop which prints from 1 to 100.

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PHP on Windows

PHP does not come pre-installed on Windows systems. To work with PHP on Windows, PHP will need to be manually downloaded and installed.

You can download PHP from the PHP download page at http://www.php.net/downloads.php. Download the zip package from the "Windows Binaries" section. This guide will assume the PHP version is version 5.x. 

Create a folder on your machine for PHP. For example, c:\php. Extract all of the files from the zip file to the c:\php directory. 

Copy the file called c:\php\php.ini-recommended to c:\php\php.ini 

If you want to be able to see error messages from your PHP pages, open EditRocket and open the php.ini file. Search for the line display_errors, and make sure the value is set to On.

PHP programs can be created using any text editor such as EditRocket. PHP programs and scripts typically end with the .php extension. EditRocket will automatically recognize files with the .php extension as PHP programs, and will color the syntax accordingly.

To create a PHP program, simply create a new file, such as hello.php. In the file, place the following:

<?php  echo "Hello, world!"; ?> 

The above program can be executed using the EditRocket Tools -> PHP -> Execute Program option, or you can execute it from a command prompt. To execute the script in the command prompt, use the cd command to cd to the directory where the hello.php file was saved, such as 

cd C:\Scripts 

Then type the following: 

C:\php\php.exe hello.php 

Hello World! should then be printed to the screen.

Please use the http://codepad.org/ for online compiler 

i have done assignmnt

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I also done the assignment

Dear you can easily complete it by visiting that link 

http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_arrays.asp

You alos can use online editor for PHP by given link

http://phpfiddle.org/

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Is this correct? Kindly help please 

<html>

<body>

<?php

$Amount = 5000;

echo "Zakat is:" .($Amount*2.5)/100;

?>

</body>

</html>

okey! thankew 

<?php

$Student = array("Ahmed Ali", "Ikram", "Sumair", "Imran", "Shabeer");

for($x=1;$x<=5;$x++)

{

 echo "Student ".($x).":  ".$Student[$x]."<br>";

}

?>

I am getting this error in this code. Please help

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