The die() is an inbuilt function in PHP. It is used to print message and exit from the current php script. It is equivalent to exit() function in PHP.
Parameters : This function accepts only one parameter and which is not mandatory to be passed.
- $message : This parameter represents the message to printed while exiting from script.
Return Value : It has no return value but prints given message while exiting the script.
Input : die("code ends here") Output : code ends here Here, die() function ends the script with a message "code ends here "
Applicable versions :
This function is applicable in all PHP4 and later versions.
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The sleep() is an inbuilt function in PHP. It is used to delay the execution of the program for given amount of seconds.
int sleep(int $seconds)
Parameters : This function accepts only one parameter and which is mandatory to be passed.
- $seconds : This parameter represents the delay time in seconds.
Return Value : It returns zero on success, or FALSE on error. This function returns a non-zero value if the call was interrupted by a signal.
Errors / Exceptions : This function generates E_WARNING when the number of seconds is negative.
Applicable versions : This function is applicable in PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7.
Note that, Timing after halt (sleep) is 5 seconds more than timings before halt (sleep).
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