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Index: M

mail( ): 10.4.1. Custom Error Handlers
12. Ordering and Shipping at the Winestore
for order confirmation receipt: 12.2. HTML and Email Receipts
mathematical functions: 3.9.1.2. Mathematical functions
mathematical library: 2.9.6. Powers and Logs
max( ): 2.5.4.2. Finding the maximum and minimum values in an array
MD5 hashing algorithm: 9.4.2.3. Session hijacking
memory, performance and: 8.5.2.2. Performance
metacharacters: 2.7.1.8. Metacharacters
microseconds: 2.8.1.4. Subsecond times
Microsoft Access: 4.4.2. Open DataBase Connectivity (ODBC)
Microsoft SQL server: 4.4.1. Microsoft SQL Server
microtime( ): 2.8.1.4. Subsecond times
2.8.1.4. Subsecond times
middle tier: 1.1. Three-Tier Architectures
1.3. The Middle Tier
components of: 1.3. The Middle Tier
resources for further reading: E.2. Middle Tier Resources
validation in: 1.5.2.4. Validation in the client and middle tiers
MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions): B.2.7. MIME
min( ): 2.5.4.2. Finding the maximum and minimum values in an array
mixed OCIResult( ): 4.4.3. Oracle 7 and 8 Through the OCI8 Interface
mixed read( ): D.2.2. Building User-Defined Session Handlers
mixed types: 2.1.3. Types
mktime( ): 2.8.1.2. Creating timestamps with mktime( ) and gmmktime( )
modifiers: 3.4.2. Creating Tables
mod_ssl: A.3. Installing Apache to Use SSL
mouse roll-overs: 7.3.2.1. Rollover presentation with mouseOver events
mouse rollovers: 7.3. Client-Side Validation with JavaScript
mssql_query( ): 4.4.1. Microsoft SQL Server
mssql_select_db( ): 4.4.1. Microsoft SQL Server
multidimensional arrays: 2.5.1.3. Multidimensional arrays
MULTIPLE attribute: 7.2.2.1. Processing <form> controls with the MULTIPLE attribute
multiple queries: 4.3.2.1. Adding a second or subsequent query
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME): B.2.7. MIME
MyISAM table: 6.2.3.3. The table-level locking paradigm in MySQL
MySQL: 1.4. The Database Tier
1.4.3. The MySQL DBMS
3.2. Quick Start Guide
command interpreter for: 3.3. MySQL Command Interpreter
connecting to: 4.1. Connecting to a MySQL Database
functions for: 4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP
encrypting and: 9.3.1. MySQL encryption
error handling and: 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
functions to avoid: 4.1.3.3. Functions to avoid
installing/configuring: A.1. Installing MySQL, Apache, and PHP
limitations of: 3.10.4. Limitations of MySQL
LOCK TABLES /UNLOCK TABLES statements in: 6.2.2.2. The LOCK TABLES and UNLOCK TABLES statements in MySQL
manual for: 3.9. Functions
A.4. Installation Resources
modifying: 3.8. Modifying the Database
querying
database-driven: 4. Querying Web Databases
user-driven: 5. User-Driven Querying
with join queries: 3.7. Join Queries
with SELECT statement: 3.6. Querying with SQL SELECT
table-locking paradigm in: 6.2.3.3. The table-level locking paradigm in MySQL
techniques for fine-tuning: 3.10.2. Tuning the Database System
working with: 3.4. Managing Databases, Tables, and Indexes
mysql_affected_rows( ): 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
6.1.3.1. PHP DML functions for database modifications
mysql_close( ): 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
mysql_connect( ): 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
10.4.1. Custom Error Handlers
error handling and: 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
mysql_data_seek( ): 5.3.2. Step 2: Implementing the Generic browse Function
mysql_errno( ): 10.4.1. Custom Error Handlers
mysql_error( ): 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
10.4.1. Custom Error Handlers
mysql_errorno( ): 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
mysql_fetch_array( ): 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
4.3.1. Step 1: Producing Visually Appealing Tables
5.3.2. Step 2: Implementing the Generic browse Function
second or subsequent queries and: 4.3.2.1. Adding a second or subsequent query
tricks to using: 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
mysql_fetch_field( ): 4.1.3.2. Other functions
4.2. Formatting Results
mysql_fetch_object( ): 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
4.1.3.2. Other functions
mysql_fetch_row( ): 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP
mysql_insert_id( ): 6.1.3.1. PHP DML functions for database modifications
6.2.2.1. When and how to lock tables
mysql_list_tables( ): 4.1.3.2. Other functions
mysql_num_fields( ): 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
mysql_num_rows( ): 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
4.1.3.2. Other functions
error handling and: 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
mysql_unbuffered_query( ) and: 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
using instead of int mysql_affected_rows( ): 6.1.3.1. PHP DML functions for database modifications
mysql_pconnect( ): 4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
error handling and: 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
mysql_query( ): 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
error handling and: 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions
second or subsequent queries and: 4.3.2.1. Adding a second or subsequent query
mysql_select_db( ): 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection
mysql_tablename( ): 4.1.3.2. Other functions
mysql_unbuffered_query( ): 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
error handling and: 4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions


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