XAMPP is a free and open source cross platform web server solution stack package developed by Apache which allow a web application to be easily tested on local web server. Here, we can manually create a relational database and store data in tabular form by going to this link. But to operate on localhost or for storing data first we have to start Apache and MySQL from XAMPP control panel.
Let for example, database name is server, table name is user_info having column name as ID, First Name, Username and Password and we have to fetch the data stored there. So, below is the PHP program whose task is to fetch data.
Let above script is saved with name database.php inside htdocs folder of XAMPP installation.
ID Name User Pass 1 Name1 user1 pass1 2 name2 user2 pass2 3 name3 pass3 pass3
For installing and working with XAMPP, refer to this link.
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