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Index: C

caching responses: B.2.5. Caching
callback functions: 2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison
calling pages: 5.2.3. One-Component Querying
cart.3 script (adding items to shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts
11.2.2. Adding Items to the Shopping Cart
cart.5 script (browser redirection): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts
11.3. Managing Redirection
cart.2 script (displaying shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts
11.2.1. Viewing the Shopping Cart
cart.4 script (emptying shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts
11.2.3. Emptying the Shopping Cart
cart.6 script (updating quantities in shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts
11.2.4. Updating the Shopping Cart Quantities
cart.1 script (winestore home page): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts
11.1. The Winestore Home Page
cartesian product: 3.7.1. Beware of the Cartesian Product
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), templates and: 13.2.1.2. The template
case, changing: 2.6.2.3. Changing case
case study: 4.3. Case Study: The Front-Page Panel
(see also winestore application)
caseCount( ): 2.11.2. Inheritance
casting operators: 2.1.6. Type Conversion
ceil( ): 2.9.2. Ceiling and Floor
certificates: 9.5.1.4. Certificates and Certification Authorities
creating for ApacheSSL: A.3.3. Creating a Key and Certificate
challenge method: 9.1.1. How HTTP Authentication Works
character lists: 2.7.1.2. Character lists
characters: 2.6.5. Replacing Characters and Substrings
escaping: 2.1.1.4. String literals
2.6.1. String Literals
special characters and: 2.7.1.7. Escaping special characters
newline: 2.6.2.5. Rendering newline characters with <br>
charAt( ): 7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript
checkdate( ): 2.8.3. Validating a Date
7.2.1.1. Validating dates
checkdnsrr( ): 7.2.1.3. Validating email addresses
7.2.1.3. Validating email addresses
cipher suites: 9.5.1.2. Cipher suites
classes: 2.11.1. Classes and Objects
clean( ): 5.1.4. Security and User Data
5.1.4. Security and User Data
preprocessing user data and: 5.1.4. Security and User Data
session variables and: 8.4.2.2. Saving last-entered values as a session variable
updating shopping cart quantities and: 11.2.4. Updating the Shopping Cart Quantities
client entry <form>: 8.4.1. Improving the Client Entry <form>
script for: 8.4.3. The Client Entry <form> Script
client-server architecture: 1.1.2. Thin Clients
client-side validation: 7.3. Client-Side Validation with JavaScript
performance and: 7.1.2. Models That Do Work
7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript
client tier: 1.1. Three-Tier Architectures
1.2. The Client Tier
managing state in: 8.1.1. Managing State in the Client Tier
resources for further reading: E.1. Client Tier Resources
validation in: 1.5.2.4. Validation in the client and middle tiers
clients, thick vs. thin: 1.1.2. Thin Clients
7.3.2.5. Comments
cmp_length( ): 2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison
combined scripts: 5.2.1. Combined Scripts
command interpreter for MySQL: 3.3. MySQL Command Interpreter
comments: 2.1.1.2. Comments
commit and rollback processing: 6.2.3.5. What isn't covered here
compare( ): 2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison
comparison operators: 3.9.1. Arithmetic and comparison operators
concat( ): 3.9.1.1. String-comparison operators and functions
concurrency: 6.2.1. Transactions and Concurrency
concurrent access: 1.4. The Database Tier
conditional expressions: 2.2.3. Conditional Expressions
conditional statements: 2.2. Conditions and Branches
connection handles: 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
consoles: 7.3.2.3. Interacting with the web browser
constants: 2.1.4. Constants
constraints: 3.1.2. Terminology
containsblanks( ): 7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript
control characters: 2.6.1. String Literals
control flow functions: 3.9.1.4. Miscellaneous operators and functions
cookies: 8.1.2. Cookies
not setting for session management: 8.3.6. Session Management Without Cookies
turning off: 8.3.6.2. Turning off cookies
count( ): 2.5.4.1. Counting elements in arrays
4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP
CREATE DATABASE statement: 3.4.1. Creating Databases
3.5.1.2. Transferring data between databases and DBMSs
CREATE TABLE statement: 3.2.2.2. Creating the winestore with SQL
3.4.2. Creating Tables
creating
arrays: 2.5.1. Creating Arrays
databases: 3.4.1. Creating Databases
formatted output: 2.6.2.1. Creating formatted output with sprintf( ) and printf( )
objects: 2.11. Objects
PHP scripts: 2.1.1.1. Creating PHP scripts
tables: 3.4.2. Creating Tables
with visual appeal: 4.3.1. Step 1: Producing Visually Appealing Tables
winestore application with SQL: 3.2.2.2. Creating the winestore with SQL
cron tables: 13.1.1. cron Jobs
crond daemon: 13.1.1. cron Jobs
crypt( ): 9.3. Authentication Using a Database
10.2.1. Customer Validation
salt string to: 9.4.3.3. Authentication script
using password( ) instead of: 9.3.1. MySQL encryption
cryptography: E.4. Security and Cryptography Resources
(see also encryption)
resources for further reading: E.4. Security and Cryptography Resources
SSL protocol and: 9.5.1.2. Cipher suites
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), templates and: 13.2.1.2. The template
current( ): 2.5.3. Using Array Pointers
customer.2 script (data entry): 10.2.2. The Customer <form>
customer.3 script (receipt): 10.2.3. The Customer Receipt Page
customer.1 script (validation): 10.2.1. Customer Validation
customers
authenticating: 9.4.3. Case Study: Customer Authentication
managing: 10. Winestore Customer Management
<form> for: 10.2.2. The Customer <form>
receipt page for: 10.2.3. The Customer Receipt Page
scripts for: 10.2. Customer Management
validation script for: 10.2.1. Customer Validation


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