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Learn Penetration Testing Concept in 10 Minutes

Penetration testing also known as Pen testing intends to detect holes in the system and helps in making sure that the appropriate security measures are in place to secure data and ensure functionality.

Since it is crucial for the Software testers, so we covered everything needed for them to learn. We’ve prepared this tutorial so that they can understand the basics of Penetration Testing and know how to use it at work.

Here, you’ll get to know, “What is Pen Testing?“, “Why is it required?“, “What are its different types?“, as well as its benefits and the limitations. So let’s dive in further to learn the core concepts of Penetration Testing.

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15 PHP Interview Questions and Answers for Experienced

PHP developers are still in high demand for the web application development. And there are more and more high-end enterprise level websites getting created using PHP. Hence, we are adding 15 more PHP interview questions and answers for the experienced web developers. In our last post, you might have seen that we’d published the 30 PHP questions for beginners.

All of you might be aware of the fact that Web development market is growing like anything. And especially the web programmers are the primary beneficiary of this growth. Hence, most of them tend to learn technologies like PHP, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, AngularJS, and NodeJS. To turn them into a better programmer, we’d started this series of web developer interview questions.

Starting with our first post on the 50 most essential AngularJS interview questions, we later had taken up other web development topics like NodeJS, CSS/HTML, and now PHP. Our team has studied the latest trends and the patterns of the questions asked in the interviews. All of this help us serve you better and achieve our goal of making you succeed in job interviews.

PHP Interview Questions and Answers for Experienced

PHP Interview Questions and Answers for Experienced

PHP Interview Questions and Answers

Q-1. What is the difference between unlink and unset function in PHP?

Answer.

<unlink()> function is useful for file system handling. We use this function when we want to delete the files (physically). Let’s see a sample code.

<?php
$xx = fopen('sample.html', 'a');
fwrite($xx, '<h1>Hello !!</h1>');
fclose($xx);

unlink('sample.html');
?>

unset() function performs variable management. It makes a variable undefined. Or we can say that unset() changes the value of a given variable to null. Thus, in PHP if a user wants to destroy a variable, it uses unset(). It can remove a single variable, multiple variables, or an element from an array. Let’s see a sample code.

<?php
$val = 200;
echo $val; //Out put will be 200
$val1 = unset($val);
echo $val1; //Output will be null
?>
<?php
unset($val);  // remove a single variable
unset($sample_array['element']); //remove a single element in an array
unset($val1, $val2, $val3); // remove multiple variables
?>

Q-2. What are PHP Traits?

Answer.

It is a mechanism that allows us to do code reusability in single inheritance language, such as PHP. Its structure is almost same as that of PHP class, just that it is a group of reusable functions. Despite having same name and definition, they appear in several classes, each one having a separate declaration leading to code duplicity. We can group these functions and create PHP Traits. The class can use this Trait to include the functionality of the functions defined in it.

Let’s take an example, where we create a Message class.

class Message
{
}

Let say there exists a class Welcome.

class Welcome
{
    public function welcome()
    {
        echo "Welcome","\n"
    }
}

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