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phpcredits

Prints out the credits for PHP (PHP 4, PHP 5)
bool phpcredits ( [int flag] )

This function prints out the credits listing the PHP developers, modules, etc. It generates the appropriate HTML codes to insert the information in a page.

Parameters

flag

To generate a custom credits page, you may want to use the flag parameter. flag is optional, and it defaults to CREDITS_ALL.

Table 262. Pre-defined phpcredits() flags

namedescription
CREDITS_ALL All the credits, equivalent to using: CREDITS_DOCS + CREDITS_GENERAL + CREDITS_GROUP + CREDITS_MODULES + CREDITS_FULLPAGE. It generates a complete stand-alone HTML page with the appropriate tags.
CREDITS_DOCSThe credits for the documentation team
CREDITS_FULLPAGE Usually used in combination with the other flags. Indicates that a complete stand-alone HTML page needs to be printed including the information indicated by the other flags.
CREDITS_GENERAL General credits: Language design and concept, PHP 4.0 authors and SAPI module.
CREDITS_GROUPA list of the core developers
CREDITS_MODULES A list of the extension modules for PHP, and their authors
CREDITS_SAPI A list of the server API modules for PHP, and their authors


Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example 1852. Prints the general credits

<?php
phpcredits
(CREDITS_GENERAL);
?>


Example 1853. Prints the core developers and the documentation group

<?php
phpcredits
(CREDITS_GROUP + CREDITS_DOCS + CREDITS_FULLPAGE);
?>


Example 1854. Printing all the credits

<html>
<head>
 <title>My credits page</title>
</head>
<body>
<?php
// some code of your own
phpcredits(CREDITS_ALL - CREDITS_FULLPAGE);
// some more code
?>
</body>
</html>