PHP Request Cookie is used to retrieve the cookies sent from the client to the server. The cookies are set within the browser and identified through name-value pairs. PHP provides the $_COOKIE superglobal array to access and manipulate cookie data.
A code example to retrieve a specific cookie named 'username':
$username = $_COOKIE['username'];
If the cookie does not exist, the variable $username will be set to NULL.
Another example to set a cookie with an expiration time:
setcookie("username", "JohnDoe", time() + 3600);
In this example, a cookie named 'username' is set with a value of 'JohnDoe' and an expiration time of 1 hour (3600 seconds) from the current time.
The PHP Request Cookie functionality is a built-in package library in the core PHP language, therefore, it does not require any external package or library.
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