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set_time_limit — Sets the maximum script execution time.


void set_time_limit(seconds);
int seconds:




Specifies how long the script can run, in seconds. A useful function for avoiding infinite loops or connection timeouts to sockets or databases. The default time limit is 30 seconds or the value of max_execution_time() , which can be specified in the PHP initialization file. A zero (0) value means that the script will not time out at all.


Example 1020. Set timeout to 60 seconds

// script dies after 60 secs

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