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Table of Contents

About the Author; Preface; Audience; Assumptions; Contents of This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Safari® Enabled; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction to PHP; 1.1 PHP History; 1.2 Advantages of PHP; 1.3 Getting Help; 1.4 Getting Certified; 1.5 PHP Resources; Chapter 2: Installing PHP; 2.1 Installing on Windows; 2.2 Installing on Unix; 2.3 Testing Your Configuration; 2.4 System Configuration; Chapter 3: The PHP Interpreter; 3.1 Running PHP Scripts; 3.2 Extending PHP; 3.3 PEAR; 3.4 Abnormal Script Termination; Chapter 4: The PHP Language; 4.1 The Basics of PHP; 4.2 Variables; 4.3 Whitespace; 4.4 Heredoc; 4.5 Brief Introduction to Variable Types; 4.6 Code Blocks; 4.7 Opening and Closing Code Islands; 4.8 Comments; 4.9 Conditional Statements; 4.10 Case Switching; 4.11 Loops; 4.12 Infinite Loops; 4.13 Special Loop Keywords; 4.14 Loops Within Loops; 4.15 Mixed-Mode Processing; 4.16 Including Other Files; 4.17 Functions; Chapter 5: Variables and Constants; 5.1 Types of Data; 5.2 True or False; 5.3 Strings; 5.4 Integers; 5.5 Floats; 5.6 Automatic Type Conversion; 5.7 Checking Whether a Variable Is Set: isset(); 5.8 Variable Scope; 5.9 Variable Variables; 5.10 Superglobals; 5.11 Using $_ENV and $_SERVER; 5.12 References; 5.13 Constants; 5.14 Arrays; Chapter 6: Operators; 6.1 Arithmetic Operators; 6.2 Assignment Operators; 6.3 String Operators; 6.4 Bitwise Operators; 6.5 Comparison Operators; 6.6 Incrementing and Decrementing Operators; 6.7 Logical Operators; 6.8 Some Operator Examples; 6.9 The Ternary Operator; 6.10 The Execution Operator; 6.11 Operator Precedence and Associativity; Chapter 7: Function Reference; 7.1 Undocumented Functions; 7.2 Handling Non-English Characters; Chapter 8: Object-Oriented PHP; 8.1 Conceptual Overview; 8.2 Classes; 8.3 Objects; 8.4 Properties; 8.5 The 'this' Variable; 8.6 Objects Within Objects; 8.7 Access Control Modifiers; 8.8 Object Type Information; 8.9 Class Type Hints; 8.10 Constructors and Destructors; 8.11 Copying Objects; 8.12 Comparing Objects with == and ===; 8.13 Saving Objects; 8.14 Magic Methods; 8.15 Static Class Methods and Properties; 8.16 Helpful Utility Functions; 8.17 Interfaces; 8.18 Dereferencing Object Return Values; Chapter 9: HTML Forms; 9.1 What Does It Mean to Be Dynamic?; 9.2 Designing a Form; 9.3 Handling Data; 9.4 Splitting Forms Across Pages; 9.5 Validating Input; 9.6 Form Design; 9.7 Summary; Chapter 10: Cookies and Sessions; 10.1 Cookies Versus Sessions; 10.2 Using Cookies; 10.3 Using Sessions; 10.4 Storing Complex Data Types; Chapter 11: Output Buffering; 11.1 Why Use Output Buffering?; 11.2 Getting Started; 11.3 Reusing Buffers; 11.4 Stacking Buffers; 11.5 Flushing Stacked Buffers; 11.6 Reading Buffers; 11.7 Other OB Functions; 11.8 Flushing Output; 11.9 Compressing Output; 11.10 URL Rewriting; Chapter 12: Security; 12.1 Security Tips; 12.2 Encryption; Chapter 13: Files; 13.1 Reading Files; 13.2 Creating and Changing Files; 13.3 Moving, Copying, and Deleting Files; 13.4 Other File Functions; 13.5 Checking Whether a File Exists; 13.6 Retrieving File Time Information; 13.7 Dissecting Filename Information; 13.8 Handling File Uploads; 13.9 Locking Files with flock(); 13.10 Reading File Permissions and Status; 13.11 Changing File Permissions and Ownership; 13.12 Working with Links; 13.13 Working with Directories; 13.14 Remote Files; 13.15 File Checksums; 13.16 Parsing a Configuration File; Chapter 14: Databases; 14.1 Using MySQL with PHP; 14.2 PEAR::DB; 14.3 SQLite; 14.4 Persistent Connections; 14.5 MySQL Improved; Chapter 15: Regular Expressions; 15.1 Basic Regexps with preg_match() and preg_match_all(); 15.2 Regexp Character Classes; 15.3 Regexp Special Characters; 15.4 Words and Whitespace Regexps; 15.5 Storing Matched Strings; 15.6 Regular Expression Replacements; 15.7 Regular Expression Syntax Examples; 15.8 The Regular Expressions Coach; Chapter 16: Manipulating Images; 16.1 Getting Started; 16.2 Choosing a Format; 16.3 Getting Arty; 16.4 More Shapes; 16.5 Complex Shapes; 16.6 Outputting Text; 16.7 Loading Existing Images; 16.8 Color and Image Fills; 16.9 Adding Transparency; 16.10 Using Brushes; 16.11 Basic Image Copying; 16.12 Scaling and Rotating; 16.13 Points and Lines; 16.14 Special Effects Using imagefilter(); 16.15 Interlacing an Image; 16.16 Getting an Image's MIME Type; Chapter 17: Creating PDFs; 17.1 Getting Started; 17.2 Adding More Pages and More Style; 17.3 Adding Images; 17.4 PDF Special Effects; 17.5 Adding Document Data; Chapter 18: Creating Flash; 18.1 A Simple Movie; 18.2 Flash Text; 18.3 Actions; 18.4 Animation; Chapter 19: XML & XSLT; 19.1 SimpleXML; 19.2 Transforming XML Using XSLT; Chapter 20: Network Programming; 20.1 Sockets; 20.2 HTTP; 20.3 Sending Mail; 20.4 Curl; Chapter 21: Distributing Your Code; 21.1 Cross-Platform Code 1: Loading Extensions; 21.2 Cross-Platform Code 2: Using Extensions; 21.3 Cross-Platform Code 3: Path and Line Separators; 21.4 Cross-Platform Code 4: Coping with php.ini Differences; 21.5 Cross-Platform Code 5: Checking the PHP Version with phpversion() and version_compare(); Chapter 22: Debugging; 22.1 The Most Basic Debugging Technique; 22.2 Making Assertions; 22.3 Triggering Your Own Errors; 22.4 Testing with php_check_syntax(); 22.5 Source Highlighting; 22.6 Handling MySQL Errors; 22.7 Exception Handling; 22.8 Backtracing Your Code; 22.9 Custom Error Handlers; 22.10 Custom Exception Handlers; 22.11 Using @ to Disable Errors; 22.12 phpinfo(); 22.13 Output Style; Chapter 23: Performance; 23.1 Write Your Code Sensibly; 23.2 Use the Zend Optimizer; 23.3 Use a PHP Code Cache; 23.4 Compress Your Output; 23.5 Don't Use CGI; 23.6 Debug Your Code; 23.7 Use Persistent Connections; 23.8 Compile Right; Colophon;|About the Author Preface Chapter 1: Introduction to PHP Chapter 2: Installing PHP Chapter 3: The PHP Interpreter Chapter 4: The PHP Language Chapter 5: Variables and Constants Chapter 6: Operators Chapter 7: Function Reference Chapter 8: Object-Oriented PHP Chapter 9: HTML Forms Chapter 10: Cookies and Sessions Chapter 11: Output Buffering Chapter 12: Security Chapter 13: Files Chapter 14: Databases Chapter 15: Regular Expressions Chapter 16: Manipulating Images Chapter 17: Creating PDFs Chapter 18: Creating Flash Chapter 19: XML & XSLT Chapter 20: Network Programming Chapter 21: Distributing Your Code Chapter 22: Debugging Chapter 23: Performance Colophon

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