> The problem with this is that, by default, Apache will ONLY parse 
> PHP code if the extension matches the PHP extension in 
> httpd.conf.  You could add .htm and .html to that extension match 
> if you'd like, and that could possibly do it.

No, that is not the problem.

I don't want the .htm file parsed by Apache server.
I want to include the output of php into an html file.

I've also tried to specify the full path of php executable into 
hello.htm with the following:

<!--#exec cgi="/usr/local/bin/php -q /v/www/hello.php" -->

without success.

Dr. Paolo Ciraci
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