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Web Application Development with PHP 4.0

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Web Application Development with PHP 4.0

Tobias RatschillerTill Gerken
201 West 103rd Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46290

With contributions by Zend Technologies, LTD Zeev Suraski Andi Gutmans

Web Application Development with PHP 4.0
By:Tobias Ratschiller and Till Gerken Copyright © 2000 by New Riders Publishing

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This book is designed to provide information aboutPHP. Every effort has been made to make this book as complete and as accurate as possible, but no warranty or fitness is implied. The information is provided on an as-is basis.The authors and New Riders Publishing shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from the information contained in this book or from the use of the discsor programs that may accompany it.

Foreword xiii Introduction xv

Target Audience xvi Prerequisites xvii Organization of This Book xvii Conventions Used in This Book xviii

I Advanced PHP 1
1 Development Concepts 3
PHP for Me? 3 The Importance of Planning 4 Coding Conventions 6 Using Files to Group Functions 24 Writing Documentation 25 An API Design Example 26 Summary 30

2Advanced Syntax 31
PHP Syntax 31 Defining Constants 32 Array Functions 33 PHP and OOP 41 Linked Lists 53 Associative Arrays 63 Polymorphism and Self-Modifying Code 78 Summary 87

3 Application Design: A Real-Life Example 89
Project Overview 90 Comparing Technologies 91 IRC Network Basics 95




Fitting the Application into the Network 97 Interfacing the Network 99...
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