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How to display HTML tags as plain text in PHP page?

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How to display HTML tags as plain text in PHP page?
posted Apr 11, 2017 by Divya Nayak

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replace < by &lt; and > by &gt;
answer Apr 13, 2017 by Manikandan J
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To get html pages to use php scripts, I've used:

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# handler for phpsuexec. -- this makes these prefixes considered for php

SetHandler application/x-httpd-php

In a .htaccess file.
However, it works on one site, but not on another -- any ideas as to why?

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I'd like to have the option to download the source code as text/plain from the pages.

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but over there there's no way to get a clean text/plain version of the code because the line numbers are included.

A link to the text/plain version on that page would be nice!

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I am working on an OOP project, and cannot decide which way to follow when I have to write a simple function.

For example, I want to write a function which generates a random string. In an OOP environtment, it is a matter of course to create a static class and a static method for that. But why? Isn't it more elegant, if I implement such a simple thing as a plain function? Not to mention that a function is more efficient than a class method.

So, in object-oriented programming, what is the best practice to implement such a simple function?