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Why does my PHP script throw an Internal Server Error 500?

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Internal Server Error 500 is usually caused by either a malformed cgi script or an invalid directive in an .htaccess file located either in the same directory as the page throwing an error, or in any directory above it.

Have you recently uploaded or editted an .htaccess file that includes mod_php related directives such as php_value ..., php_flag ...?

If you did start your search there.

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i would like to tell that the php code doesn't appear when you open the source of the webpage , the server hides the php codes simply ,

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