PHP and MySQL Web Development

ISBN-10: 0672329166

ISBN-13: 9780672329166

Edition: 4th 2009 (Revised)

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PHP and MySQL Web Developmentteachesnbsp;you to develop dynamic, secure, commerical Web sites. Using the same accessible, popular teaching style of the three previous editions, this book has been thoroughly updated to reflect the rapidly changing landscape of MySQL and PHP. This fourth edition incorporates changes in the 5.1 specs of PHP and MySQL, as well as reflecting new trends in Web development in general. Some new highlights include coverage of Ajax, social networking sites, security concerns, and the PEAR repository of PHP extensions and applications.
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List price: $54.99
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional
Publication date: 10/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1008
Size: 7.00" wide x 8.90" long x 2.20" tall
Weight: 3.234

I Using PHP1 PHP Crash Course
Before You Begin: Accessing PHP
Creating a Sample Application: Bob's Auto Parts
Creating the Order Form
Processing the Form
Embedding PHP in HTML
PHP Tags
PHP Statements
Adding Dynamic Content
Calling Functions
Using the date() Function
Accessing Form Variables
Short, Medium, and Long Variables
String Concatenation
Variables and Literals
Understanding Identifiers
Examining Variable Types
PHP's Data Types
Type Strength
Type Casting
Variable Variables
Declaring and Using Constants
Understanding Variable Scope
Using Operators
Arithmetic Operators
String Operators
Assignment Operators
Comparison Operators
Logical Operators
Bitwise Operators
Other Operators
Working Out the Form Totals
Understanding Precedence and Associativity
Using Variable Functions
Testing and Setting Variable Types
Testing Variable Status
Reinterpreting Variables
Making Decisions with Conditionals
if Statements
Code Blocks
else Statements
elseif Statements
switch Statements
Comparing the Different Conditionals
Repeating Actions Through Iteration
while Loops
for and foreach Loops
do...while Loops
Breaking Out of a Control Structure or Script
Employing Alternative Control Structure Syntax
Using declare
Next 572 Storing and Retrieving Data
Saving Data for Later
Storing and Retrieving Bob's Orders
Processing Files
Opening a File
Choosing File Modes
Using fopen() to Open a File
Opening Files Through FTP or HTTP
Addressing Problems Opening Files
Writing to a File
Parameters for fwrite()
File Formats
Closing a File
Reading from a File
Opening a File for Reading: fopen()
Knowing When to Stop: feof()
Reading a Line at a Time: fgets(), fgetss(), andfgetcsv()
Reading the Whole File: readfile(), fpassthru(), andfile()
Reading a Character: fgetc()
Reading an Arbitrary Length: fread()
Using Other Useful File Functions
Checking Whether a File Is There: file_exists()
Determining How Big a File Is: filesize()
Deleting a File: unlink()
Navigating Inside a File: rewind(), fseek(), andftell()
Locking Files
A Better Way: Database Management Systems
Problems with Using Flat Files
How RDBMSs Solve These Problems
Further Reading
Next 803 Using Arrays
What Is an Array?
Numerically Indexed Arrays
Initializing Numerically Indexed Arrays
Accessing Array Contents
Using Loops to Access the Array
Arrays with Different Indices
Initializing an Array
Accessing the Array Elements
Using Loops
Array Operators
Multidimensional Arrays
Sorting Arrays
Using sort()
Using asort() and ksort() to Sort Arrays
Sorting in Reverse
Sorting Multidimensional Arrays
User-Defined Sorts
Reverse User Sorts
Reordering Arrays
Using shuffle()
Using array_reverse()
Loading Arrays from Files
Performing Other Array Manipulations
Navigating Within an Array: each(), current(), reset(), end(), next(), pos(), and prev()
Applying Any Function to Each Element in anArray: array_walk()
Counting Elements in an
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