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PHP PHRASEBOOK: ESSENTIAL CODE AND COMMANDS
By Christian Wenz
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Pub Date: September 26, 2005
Pages: 320
 


   About the Author
   We Want to Hear from You!
   Reader Services
   Introduction
      Chapter 1.  Manipulating Strings
      Comparing Strings
      Checking Usernames and Passwords
      Converting Strings into Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)
      Using Line Breaks
      Encrypting Strings
      Checksumming Strings
      Extracting Substrings
      Protecting Email Addresses Using ASCII Codes
      Scanning Formatted Strings
      Getting Detailed Information About Variables
      Searching in Strings
      Using POSIX Regular Expressions
      Using Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions
      Finding Tags with Regular Expressions
      Validating Mandatory Input
      Validating Numbers (and Other Data Types)
      Validating Email Addresses
      Search and Replace
      Chapter 2.  Working with Arrays
      Accessing All Elements of Numerical Arrays
      Accessing All Elements of Associative Arrays
      Accessing All Array Elements in Nested Arrays
      Turning an Array into Variables
      Converting Strings to Arrays
      Converting Arrays to Strings
      Sorting Arrays Alphabetically
      Sorting Associative Arrays Alphabetically
      Sorting Nested Arrays
      Sorting Nested Associative Arrays
      Sorting IP Addresses (as a Human Would)
      Sorting Anything
      Sorting with Foreign Languages
      Applying an Effect to All Array Elements
      Filtering Arrays
      Getting Random Elements Out of Arrays
      Chapter 3.  Date and Time
      Using Text Within date()
      Automatically Localizing Dates
      Manually Localizing Dates
      Using the Current Date the U.S./U.K./European Way
      Formatting a Specific Date
      Validating a Date
      Calculating a Relative Date
      Creating a Sortable Time Stamp
      Converting a String into a Date
      Determining Sunrise and Sunset
      Using Date and Time for Benchmarks
      Using Form Fields for Date Selection
      Create Self-updating Form Fields for Date Selection
      Calculating the Difference Between Two Dates
      Using GMT Date/Time Information
      Chapter 4.  Interacting with Web Forms
      Sending Form Data Back to the Current Script
      Reading Out Form Data
      Coping with "Magic Quotes"
      Checking Whether a Form Has Been Submitted
      Saving Form Data into a Cookie
      Prefilling Text Fields and Password Fields
      Prefilling Multiline Text Fields
      Preselecting Radio Buttons
      Preselecting Check Boxes
      Preselecting Selection Lists
      Preselecting Multiple Selection Lists
      Processing Graphical Submit Buttons
      Checking Mandatory Fields
      Checking Selection Lists
      Writing All Form Data into a File
      Sending All Form Data Via Email
      Getting Information About File Uploads
      Moving Uploaded Files to a Safe Location
      Chapter 5.  Remembering Users (Cookies and Sessions)
      Understanding Cookies
      Creating a Cookie
      Reading Out Cookies
      Getting Rid of "Magic Quotes" in Cookies
      Setting a (Reasonable) Expiry Date
      Setting a Client-Specific Expiry Date
      Deleting a Cookie
      Making Cookies Accessible for Several Domains
      Checking Whether the Client Supports Cookies
      Saving Multiple Data in One Cookie
      Saving the User's Language Preference
      Understanding Sessions
      Where to Store the Sessions
      How to Maintain the Session State
      Activating Sessions
      Reading and Writing Sessions
      Closing Sessions
      Changing the Session ID
      Creating Dynamic, Session-Aware Links
      Implementing a Custom Session Management
      Creating a Secured Area with Sessions
      Creating a Secured Area Without Sessions
      Chapter 6.  Using Files on the Server File System
      Opening and Closing Files
      Reading from Files
      Writing to Files
      Locking Files
      Using Relative Paths for File Access
      Avoiding Security Traps with File Access
      Working with CSV Data
      Parsing INI Files
      Retrieving File Information
      Copying, Moving, and Deleting Files
      Browsing the File System
      Using PHP Streams
      Using Bzip2 Archives
      Returning Files with an HTTP Request
      Chapter 7.  Making Data Dynamic
      Connecting to MySQL
      Connecting to MySQLi
      Sending SQL to MySQL
      Prepared Statements with MySQL
      Retrieving Results of a Query to MySQL
      Connecting to SQLite
      Sending SQL to SQLite
      Retrieving Results of a Query to SQLite
      Connecting to PostgreSQL
      Sending SQL to PostgreSQL
      Updating Data in PostgreSQL
      Retrieving Results of a Query to PostgreSQL
      Connecting to Oracle
      Sending SQL to Oracle
      Retrieving Results of a Query to Oracle
      Connecting to MSSQL
      Sending SQL to MSSQL
      Retrieving Results of a Query to MSSQL
      Connecting to Firebird
      Sending SQL to Firebird
      Retrieving Results of a Query to Firebird
      Connecting Via PDO
      Sending SQL Via PDO
      Retrieving Results of a Query Via PDO
      Chapter 8.  Using XML
      Parsing XML with SAX
      Using DOM in PHP 4 to Read XML
      Using DOM in PHP 5 to Read XML
      Using DOM in PHP 4 to Write XML
      Using DOM in PHP 5 to Write XML
      Using SimpleXML
      Transforming XML with XSL and PHP 4
      Transforming XML with XSL and PHP 5
      Validating XML
      Chapter 9.  Communicating with Others
      Connecting with HTTP Servers
      Connecting with FTP Servers
      Checking Whether a Server Is Still Reacting
      Creating a Web Service with PEAR::XML-RPC
      Consuming a Web Service with PEAR::XML-RPC
      Creating a Web Service with NuSOAP
      Automatically Generating WSDL with NuSOAP
      Consuming a Web Service with NuSOAP
      Creating a Web Service with PEAR::SOAP
      Automatically Generating WSDL with PEAR::SOAP
      Consuming a Web Service with PEAR::SOAP
      Creating a Web Service with PHP 5's SOAP Extension
      Consuming a Web Service with PHP 5's SOAP Extension
   Index

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