Hello !
We all know how to pass value to variable using an URL.
So, how can I do the inverse ?
I mean , showing the value of a variable in the URL?

for instance  my page "index.php" is :

$greetings="Hello" ;
echo $greetings ;

So, how to make PHP so that when I load my page in the browser(typing
"index.php" in the adress bar) , it will print not only "hello" on the
page,but also show "index.php?greetings=hello"   as URL .... , So , I
basically want PHP to dynamically append  "?greetings=<?=$greetings?>"  to
the URL I've typed........

How to do this ?
I hope I've made myself understood ... :o)



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