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How do I view the phpinfo() information?

1) Create a file named "phpinfo.php" which contains the below text:

<? phpinfo(); ?>

2) Upload the file to your public_html directory

3) View the file in your browser(http://www.yourdomain.com/phpinfo.php)

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