PHP supports 'C', 'C++' and Unix shell-style comments. For example:
The "one-line" comment styles actually only comment to the end of the line or the current block of PHP code, whichever comes first.
You should be careful not to nest 'C' style comments, which can happen when commenting out large blocks.
The one-line comment styles actually only comment to the end of the line or the current block of PHP code, whichever comes first. This means that HTML code after // ?> WILL be printed: ?> skips out of the PHP mode and returns to HTML mode, and // cannot influence that. If asp_tags configuration directive is enabled, it behaves the same with // %>.
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