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The PHP Cookbook is a collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for PHP programmers. The book contains a unique and extensive collection of best practices for everyday PHP programming dilemmas. It contains over 250 recipes, ranging from simple tasks to entire programs that demonstrate complex tasks, such as printing HTML tables and generating bar charts -- a treasure trove of useful code for PHP programmers, from novices to advanced practitioners.
- Chapter 1: Strings
- Chapter 2: Numbers
- Chapter 3: Dates and Times
- Chapter 4: Arrays
- Chapter 5: Variables
- Chapter 6: Functions
- Chapter 7: Classes and Objects
- Chapter 8: Web Basics
- Chapter 9: Forms
- Chapter 10: Database Access
- Chapter 11: Web Automation
- Chapter 12: XML
- Chapter 13: Regular Expressions
- Chapter 14: Encryption and Security
- Chapter 15: Graphics
- Chapter 16: Internationalization and Localization
- Chapter 17: Internet Services
- Chapter 18: Files
- Chapter 19: Directories
- Chapter 20: Client-Side PHP
- Chapter 21: PEAR
David Sklar; Adam Trachtenberg
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