Is there any possibility of running the PHP script in a debug mode ?

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Is there any possibility of running the PHP script in a debug mode ?

Is there any possibility of running the PHP script in a debug mode ?

If so, do i have to download any package? Any free downloads available?

Can anyone please guide me through? Am a newbie in PHP scripting.

Thanks in Advance!
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