Single line comment :,#? Basic syntax-comment a single line comment is only annotated to the end of the line or the current & nbsp; PHP & nbsp; code block, depending on which one appears first. This means in & nbsp;... & nbsp ;? & Gt; & nbsp; or & nbsp; # & nbsp;... & nbsp ;? & Gt; & nbsp; the & nbsp; HTML & nbsp; code after & nbsp; will be displayed :? & Gt; & nbsp; comment out of a single line ://,#?
A single-line comment is only commented to the end of the line or the current PHP code block, depending on which one appears first. This means in //...?> Or #...?> The subsequent HTML code will be displayed:?> The PHP mode is jumped out and the HTML mode is returned. // or # does not affect this. If the asp_tags configuration option is enabled, the behavior is the same as // %> or # %>. However, the script mark does not jump out of the PHP mode in a single line comment.
"The script mark does not jump out of the PHP mode in a single line comment .", What does this sentence mean?
To an instance.
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It may be that the translator's ability to express itself is limited. The original text is obscure and difficult to understand.
In fact, he said:
The single-line annotator "//" and "#" cannot comment out the php code block Terminator?>
However, you can comment out the block Terminator script.