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Naming Rules for Variables
Conditional Statements
The if...else Statement
The PHP Switch Statement
What is an Array?
Numeric Arrays
Multidimensional Arrays
PHP Array Introduction
PHP Array Constants
PHP Loops
The while Loop
The do...while Statement
The for Loop
The foreach Loop
PHP Built-in Functions
Create a PHP Function
PHP Functions - Adding parameters
PHP Functions - Return values
PHP Form Handling
Form Validation
The $_GET Function
When to use method="get"?
The $_POST Function
The PHP $_REQUEST Function
The PHP Date() Function
PHP Date() - Adding a Timestamp
PHP Date / Time Introduction
Runtime Configuration
PHP Date / Time Constants
Server Side Includes (SSI)
PHP include() Function
PHP require() Function
Opening a File
Closing a File
Check End-of-file
Reading a File Line by Line
Reading a File Character by Character
Create an Upload-File Form
Create The Upload Script
Restrictions on Upload
Saving the Uploaded File
What is a Cookie?
How to Retrieve a Cookie Value?
How to Delete a Cookie?
What if a Browser Does NOT Support Cookies?
PHP Session Variables
Starting a PHP Session
Storing a Session Variable
Destroying a Session
The PHP mail() Function
PHP Simple E-Mail
Basic Error Handling: Using the die() function
Creating a Custom Error Handler
Set Error Handler
Trigger an Error
Error Logging
Send an Error Message by E-Mail
What is an Exception
Basic Use of Exceptions
Example explained:
Creating a Custom Exception Class
Multiple Exceptions
Set a Top Level Exception Handler
Rules for exceptions
What is a PHP Filter?
Why use a Filter?
Functions and Filters
Validating and Sanitizing
Options and Flags
Validate Input
Example Explained
Sanitize Input
Filter Multiple Inputs
Using Filter Callback
7. What is MySQL?
13. Database Tables
18. Queries
28. Facts About MySQL Database
Create a Connection to a MySQL Database
Closing a Connection
Create a Database
Create a Table
Primary Keys and Auto Increment Fields
Insert Data Into a Database Table
Insert Data From a Form Into a Database
Select Data From a Database Table
Display the Result in an HTML Table
The WHERE clause
Update Data In a Database
Delete Data In a Database
Create an ODBC Connection
Connecting to an ODBC
Retrieving Records
Closing an ODBC Connection
An ODBC Example
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