Table of contents for MySQL/PHP database applications / Jay Greenspan and Brad Bulger.


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Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
PART I: Working with MySQL.
Chapter 1: Database Design with MySQL.
Chapter 2: The Structured Query Language for Creating and Altering Tables.
Chapter 3: Getting What You Want with select.
PART II: Working with PHP.
Chapter 4: Getting Started with PHP - Variables.
Chapter 5: Control Structures.
Chapter 6: PHP's Built-in Functions.
Chapter 7: Writing Organized and Readable Code.
PART III: Simple Applications.
Chapter 8: Guestbook 2000, the (Semi-)Bulletproof Guestbook.
Chapter 9: Survey.
PART IV: Not So Simple Applications.
Chapter 10: Catalog.
Chapter 11: Content Management System.
Chapter 12: Threaded Discussion.
Chapter 13: Problem Tracking System.
Chapter 14: Shopping Cart.
PART V: Appendixes.
Appendix A: HTML Forms.
Appendix B: Brief Guide to PHP/MySQL Installation and Configuration.
Appendix C: MySQL Utilities.
Appendix D: MySQL User Administration.
Appendix E: PHP Function Reference.
Appendix F: Regular Expressions Overview.
Appendix G: Helpful User-Defined Functions.
Appendix H: PHP and MySQL Resources.
Appendix I: MySQL Function Reference.
Appendix J: What's on the CD-ROM.
Index.
End-User License Agreement.
GNU General Public License.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: SQL (Computer program language) PHP (Computer program language) Web databases