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PHP

marcos rodriguez
marcos rodriguez
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Practicing "scandir(''):" with on my Macbook pro but having a hard time finding the harddrive from my pro..

So I know that on a PC, "C:" is the local disk/drive, and I am trying to practice with my Macbook but it seems the hard drive is a different name and I cant find it.. somewhere online someone said to try "/" but that doesn't work either. I am trying to 'print_r' variable "scandir('')".

HERES MY CODE:

<?php

$message = scandir("/:mamp");

?> <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Ch8 PHP Functions</title>

</head>
<body>

    <h1>PHP Functions</h1>

    <?php echo ($message); ?>


</body>

</html>