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PHP 6 and MySQL 6 Bible

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PHP is an open source, server-side, HTML-embedded web-scripting language that is compatible with all the major web servers (most notably Apache). PHP enables you to embed code fragments in normal HTML pages — code that is interpreted as your pages are served up to users. PHP also serves as a “glue” language, making it easy to connect your web pages to server-side databases.

This book is a new edition of the popular PHP Bible and PHP5 and MySQL Bible series. The book
updates the elements from previous versions, where applicable, for PHP 6 and MySQL 6.

New PHP 6 features
Although much of PHP 5’s functionality survives unchanged in PHP 6, there have been some
changes. Among the ones we cover are:

■■ Unicode support, making internationalization easier
■■ Security enhancements such as removing safe_mode and register globals
■■ Enhancements to the object-oriented interfaces

Part I: Introducing PHP
Chapter 1: Why PHP and MySQL?
Chapter 2: Server-Side Scripting Overview
Chapter 3: Getting Started with PHP
Chapter 4: Learning PHP Syntax and Variables
Chapter 5: Learning PHP Control Structures and Functions
Chapter 6: Passing Information with PHP
Chapter 7: Learning PHP String Handling
Chapter 8: Learning Arrays
Chapter 9: Learning PHP Number Handling
Chapter 10: PHP Gotchas
Part II: MySQL Database Integration
Chapter 11: Introducing Databases and MySQL
Chapter 12: Installing MySQL
Chapter 13: Learning Structured Query Language (SQL)
Chapter 14: Learning Database Administration and Design
Chapter 15: Integrating PHP and MySQL
Chapter 16: Performing Database Queries
Chapter 17: Integrating Web Forms and Databases
Chapter 18: Improving Database Efficiency
Chapter 19: MySQL Gotchas.
Part III: More PHP
Chapter 20: Introducing Object-Oriented PHP
Chapter 21: Advanced Array Functions
Chapter 22: Examining Regular Expressions
Chapter 23: Working with the Filesystem
Chapter 24: Working with Cookies and Sessions
Chapter 25: Learning PHP Types
Chapter 26: Learning PHP Advanced Functions
Chapter 27: Performing Math with PHP
Chapter 28: Securing PHP
Chapter 29: Learning PHP Configuration
Chapter 30: Handing Exceptions with PHP
Chapter 31:
Debugging PHP Programs
Chapter 32:
Learning PHP Style
Part IV: Other Databases
Chapter 33:
Connecting PHP and PostgreSQL
Chapter 34:
Using PEAR DB with PHP
Chapter 35:
An Overview of Oracle
Chapter 36:
An Introduction to SQLite
Part V: Connections
Chapter 37:
Sending E-Mail with PHP
Chapter 38:
Integrating PHP and Java
Chapter 39:
Integrating PHP and JavaScript
Chapter 40:
Integrating PHP and XML
Chapter 41:
Creating and Consuming Web Services with PHP
Chapter 42:
Creating Graphics with PHP
Part VI: Case Studies
Chapter 43:
Developing a Weblog with PHP
Chapter 44:
A Trivia Game
Chapter 45:
Data Visualization with Venn Diagrams
Appendix A: PHP for C Programmers

Appendix B: PHP for Perl Hackers
Appendix C: PHP for HTML Coders
Appendix D: PHP Resources
Appendix E: PEAR

Author Details
"Steve Suehring" is a technology consultant with a diverse business and computing background. Steve’s extensive experience enables him to work cross-functionally within organizations to help
create computing architectures that fit the business need. Steve has written several books and magazine articles and contributed to many others. Steve has spoken internationally at user groups and

"Tim Converse" has written software to recommend neckties, answer questions about space stations, pick value stocks, and make simulated breakfast. He has an M.S. in Computer Science from
the University of Chicago, where he taught several programming classes. He is now an engineering manager in the Web search group at Yahoo!.

"Joyce Park" has an M.A. in history from the University of Chicago, and has worked for several Silicon Valley startups including Epinions, KnowNow, and Friendster. She is a co-lead of the Mod-pubsub Open Source project.

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