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Configuring Your Environment Pages PHP Basics Pages Functions Pages Arrays Pages Error and Exception Handling Pages Strings and Regular Expressions Pages Working with the File and Operating System Pages Pear Pages Date and Time Pages Forms Pages Authentication Pages Handling File Uploads Pages Networking Pages Session Handlers Pages Templating with Smarty Pages Web Services Pages SQLite Pages Introducing PDO Pages Building Web Sites for the World Pages Introducing Oracle Pages From Databases to Datatypes Pages Transactions Pages Using Views Pages Oracle Triggers Pages Indexes and Optimizing Techniques Pages Project managers Tracy Brown-Collins and Kylie Johnston deftly guided us through the wilderness from the very beginning, attempting to keep us on schedule despite our best efforts to do otherwise.

Technical reviewer Matt Wade tracked down countless issues and provided invaluable feedback. Copy editor Jennifer Whipple did a fantastic job turning our gibberish into English.

You did a tremendous job, and I look forward to working with you again! Thank you for making such amazing software available to the world. At least you tried! Jason Gilmore Columbus, Ohio I would like to thank the many people at Apress for helping me along this new and winding road, especially Jonathan Gennick for convincing me to get on board in the first place, Kylie Johnston for her relentless but appreciated schedule reminders, Matt Wade for seeing things during the technical edit that would have slipped by me otherwise, Jennifer Whipple for reminding me of all those pesky grammar rules from college that I have long forgotten, and Kelly Winquist for making me appreciate Adobe Acrobat Professional.

Thanks also to all of my professional colleagues, both past and present, who provided me with inspiration, guidance, courage, and many other intangibles without which this book would not be possible. And with it came gasps of both horror and hilarity among the proprietary software elite.

From Novice to Professional

After all, a bunch of volunteers could hardly produce code of a quality approaching, let alone surpassing, that which is built in the hallowed cathedrals of software development, right? But soon it became apparent this approach did work after all, as was evidenced by the rapid adoption of open source solutions for commonplace tasks such as code editing, FTP transfer, file compression, databasing, and word processing.

Yet more recently, many traditional software developers are coming to the conclusion that a more cooperative attitude must be adopted if they are going to survive, let alone compete, in this brave new world. Many have even determined that open source is actually a beneficial part of the ecosystem and are making great strides toward not only making sure their software interoperates with open source projects but also offering considerable contributions by way of resources and even code.

Beginning PHP and Oracle From Novice to Professional

Although for some time it has been possible to use PHP and Oracle together, only recently have these efforts really begun to pay off because of increased activities in both camps by way of not only improvements to the interface but also to the creation of learning resources, documentation, and other utilities.

It seems as with most things in life, the success of the software development industry does not lie squarely within one extreme approach but rather somewhere in between.

We hope this book will highlight the riches that can be wrought from a successful collaboration between the two.

Who This Book Is For Although this book presumes the reader has no prior experience using PHP or Oracle, seasoned users of these technologies may find it equally satisfactory because the authors have strived to create a book that strikes a balance between tutorial and reference.

Our goal is to provide you with a resource that can be repeatedly referred to as you progress from a novice to an experienced developer. If you are a programming novice or are not yet versed in the aforementioned Web technologies, consider picking up one or several of the fine Apress books covering these topics.

Downloading the Code Experimenting with the code found in this book is the most efficient way to understand the concepts presented within it. Additionally, because the language is so popular, having some understanding of the differences between the versions—most notably versions 4, 5, and 6—will help when evaluating Web hosting providers and PHP-driven applications for your own needs.The result of this work was in the PHP 4 release.

Forms Pages Thanks also to all of my professional colleagues, both past and present, who provided me with inspiration, guidance, courage, and many other intangibles without which this book would not be possible.

Its popularity surpassed even the greatest expectations of the developers, as it soon became apparent that users intended to use PHP to power far larger applications than originally anticipated. Downloading the Code Experimenting with the code found in this book is the most efficient way to understand the concepts presented within it.

Development continued at a hectic pace over the next two years, with hundreds of functions being added and the user count growing in leaps and bounds.

Database examples are based on real-world scenarios. Strings and Regular Expressions.

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