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Returns an array with the names of all modules compiled and loaded


get_loaded_extensions

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

get_loaded_extensionsReturns an array with the names of all modules compiled and loaded

Description

array get_loaded_extensions ([ bool $zend_extensions = false ] )

This function returns the names of all the modules compiled and loaded in the PHP interpreter.

Parameters

zend_extensions

Only return Zend extensions, if not then regular extensions, like mysqli are listed. Defaults to FALSE (return regular extensions).

Return Values

Returns an indexed array of all the modules names.

Changelog

Version Description
5.2.4 The optional zend_extensions parameter was added

Examples

Example #1 get_loaded_extensions() Example

<?php
print_r
(get_loaded_extensions());
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

 Array ( [0] => xml [1] => wddx [2] => standard [3] => session [4] => posix [5] => pgsql [6] => pcre [7] => gd [8] => ftp [9] => db [10] => calendar [11] => bcmath ) 

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