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padded strings: 2.6.2.2. Padding strings
page numbers/page links: 5.3.3. Step 3: Adding Page Numbers
panel (front-page panel): 4.3. Case Study: The Front-Page Panel
parameters: 5.1. User Input
for changing session management behavior: 8.3.8. Configuration of PHP Session Management
password( ): 9.3.1. MySQL encryption
9.3.1. MySQL encryption
performance
client-side validation and: 7.1.2. Models That Do Work
7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript
locking tables and: 6.2.2.3. Locking for performance
MySQL and: 3.10.2. Tuning the Database System
server-side validation and: 7.1.2. Models That Do Work
sessions and: 8.5.1.1. Performance
8.5.2.2. Performance
synchronization problems and: 8.5.2.3. Timeouts
user-defined functions and: 2.10. User-Defined Functions
permissions: 3.10.3.1. Permissions
persistent connections: 4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions
personalizing web sites: 8.5.1.4. Personalization
pg_connect( ): 4.4.4. PostgreSQL
pg_exec( ): 4.4.4. PostgreSQL
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: 2.1. Introducing PHP
PHP scripting language: 1.3. The Middle Tier
1.3.2. Web Scripting with PHP
2. PHP
arrays and: 2.5. Arrays
benefits for writing web-enabled scripts and: 5.1.2. Passing Data with the HTML <form> Environment
branch statements and: 2.2. Conditions and Branches
conditional statements and: 2.2. Conditions and Branches
functions ): 6.1.3. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data
(see also functions (PHP)
HTTP authentication and: 9.2. HTTP Authentication with PHP
initializing variables and: 5.1.5. How PHP Initializes Variables
installing: A.1.4. Installing PHP
loops and: 2.3. Loops
objects and: 2.11. Objects
online manual for: A.4. Installation Resources
regular expressions and: 2.7. Regular Expressions
scripting environment of: 1.3.2. Web Scripting with PHP
session management and: 8.3. PHP Session Management
D.2. PHP Session Management
strings and: 2.6. Strings
using to access non-MySQL databases: 4.4. Interacting with Other DBMSs Using PHP
PHP scripts
for authentication: 9.4.3.3. Authentication script
creating: 2.1.1.1. Creating PHP scripts
debugging: 2.12. Common Mistakes
example of: 2.4. A Working Example
for login <form>: 9.4.3.2. Login page
for logout: 9.4.3.4. Logout script
managing HTTP authentication with: 9.2.2. Managing HTTP Authentication with PHP
of examples for the winestore: A.2. Installing the Winestore Examples
reusing functions and: 2.10.4. Reusing Functions with Include and Require Files
.php suffix, debugging and: 2.12.4. Other Common Problems
PHP Triad for Windows: A.4. Installation Resources
$PHPSESSID/PHPSESSID: 8.3.2. Starting a Session
ports: B.1.2.2. Ports
POST attribute, cookies and: 8.3.6. Session Management Without Cookies
post-validation error finding: 7.1. Validation and Error Reporting for Web Database Applications
PostgreSQL: 1.4.3. The MySQL DBMS
4.4.4. PostgreSQL
powers: 2.9.6. Powers and Logs
precedence of operators: 2.1.5.2. Operator precedence
prev( ): 2.5.3. Using Array Pointers
primary keys: 3.1.2. Terminology
3.10.1. Keys, Primary Keys, and Indexes
print statement: 2.1.1.3. Outputting data with echo and print
printf( ): 2.6.2.1. Creating formatted output with sprintf( ) and printf( )
print_r( ): 2.1.7.1. Debugging with print_r( ) and var_dump( )
2.5.5.1. Sorting with sort( ) and rsort( )
private keys: A.3.3. Creating a Key and Certificate
privileges: 3.10.3.1. Permissions
protocols: B. Internet and Web Protocols
applications-layer: 1.1.1. Hypertext Transfer Protocol
SSL: 9.5.1. The Secure Sockets Layer Protocol
A.3. Installing Apache to Use SSL
TCP/IP: B.1.2. TCP/IP
proxy caches: 1.2. The Client Tier
pseudo-random numbers: 2.9.7. Random Number Generation


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