But is there a PHP variable that holds the Server API?

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"Brian Clark" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> * Gaylen Fraley ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 05. 2002 00:22]:
> > Thanks :).  I thought I had figured out a way to determine if it was a
> > or module.  But it didn't work.  Is there a reliable way?
> Yes, stick <?php phpinfo(); ?> into a .php file and load it into your
> browser. Beside "Server API" it'll either say Apache or CGI.
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