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Sams Teach Yourself PHP in 24 Hours 2nd Edition
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2003
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Author(s): Matt Zandstra
language: English
pages: 505
ISBN: 0672323117
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Teaches the fundamentals of PHP, and how to access databases, and integrate system components, e-mail, LDAP, network sockets and more. Softcover.
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Consisting of 24 one-hour lessons, Sams Teach Yourself PHP in 24 Hours is divided into five sections that guide the reader through the language from the basics to the advanced functions.

The first section of the book teaches the fundamentals of PHP. And then, building upon what has been taught in the first section, sections two through four shows the reader how to apply that knowledge in order to interact with the user by creating and managing forms, cookies and authentication. It also teaches how to access databases and how to integrate system components, e-mail, LDAP, network sockets and much more.


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Learn how to:
Embed PHP scripts into your Web pages
Access information stored in databases for use in your Web sites
Install or upgrade to PHP 4
Set up a secure PHP environment
Create dynamics charts and graphics on your web pages
Manage state information using cookies
Create dynamics Web applications using PHP
Debug your PHP scripts
Work with your server environment
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