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PhpDig is a PHP MySQL based
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debugger_on — Turns on the debugger.


bool debugger_on(address);
string address: Address to use with the debugger


TRUE on success; FALSE otherwise


Enables the remote PHP debugger and binds it to the specified address. Other settings are available in the php3.ini configuration file.


The PHP debugger was never fully developed in PHP 3 and is not present in PHP 4. Debuggers do exist for PHP 4 - products are available from Zend ( and Dmitri Dmitrienko (


PHP Version: 3+


Example 832. Turn on the debugger

debugger_on ('localhost')
    or die ('The debugger could not be enabled');

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