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Many Web applications make use of a database to store data, and this book contains three chapters on working with MySQL databases. You learn the difference between indexed and associative arrays, and find out how to create arrays and access their individual elements; array manipulation, including functions such as print-r , array-slice , count , sort , array-merge , and list.
You also learn how to create foreach loops, as well as how to work with multidimensional arrays. You look at how to call built-in functions, and how to work with variable functions. You also study how to create your own functions, including defining parameters, returning values, understanding scope, and using anonymous functions.
Other function-related topics such as references and recursion are also explored. You look at the advantages of an object-oriented approach, and learn how to build classes, properties, and methods, and how to create and use objects. You also explore more advanced topics such as overloading, inheritance, interfaces, constructors and destructors, autoloading, and namespaces.
You also explore file upload forms and page redirection. You explore three different strategies: query strings, cookies, and PHP sessions. Includes an example user login system. You learn how to open and close files; how to find out more information about a file; how to read from and write to files; how to work with file permissions; how to copy, rename, and delete files; and how to manipulate directories.
Simple text editor as an example. A detailed look at date and time handling, including various useful built-in date functions, as well as the DateTime and DateTimeZone classes. Also how to work closely with HTTP request and response headers, how to retrieve Web server information, and how to send email from within your scripts. You study some computer graphics fundamentals, then look at how to create new images, as well as modify existing images.
Along the way you explore colors, drawing functions, image formats, transparency, opacity, and generating text within images. Lots of examples are included to make the concepts clear.
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