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Mark Lawson6,148 Points
I am sure there is a shortcut for this
When testing my work I have to keep typing "php conditionals.php". You cannot copy and paste this into the console. I am sure there is a hot key. Does anyone know if there is one? And what it is?
Ricardo Hill-Henry38,442 Points
I'm not sure if there's any shortcut within php or any outside libraries that'll "watch" your file since I don't have much experience with PHP. The best shortcut I can give is, pressing the up arrow which will basically paste in the previous line you entered in the console. You can also press it a few times if you need to go back through a couple entries to get the console input you want.