Table of contents for PHP bible / Tim Converse and Joyce Parks.

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Part I: PHP: The Basics.
Chapter 1: Why PHP?
Chapter 2: Server-Side Web Scripting.
Chapter 3: Getting Started with PHP.
Chapter 4: Adding PHP to HTML.
Chapter 5: Syntax, Variables, and Printing.
Chapter 6: Types in PHP.
Chapter 7: Control.
Chapter 8: Using and Defining Functions.
Chapter 9: Passing Information Between Pages.
Chapter 10: Strings and String Functions.
Chapter 11: Arrays and Array Functions.
Chapter 12: Math.
Chapter 13: Filesystem and System Functions.
Chapter 14: PHP Style.
Chapter 15: Basic PHP Gotchas.
Part II: PHP and Databases.
Chapter 16: Choosing a Database for PHP.
Chapter 17: SQL Tutorial.
Chapter 18: PHP/MySQL Database Functions.
Chapter 19: Oracle Functions.
Chapter 20: Displaying Queries InTables.
Chapter 21: Building Forms from Queries.
Chapter 22: Weblogs.
Chapter 23: Case Study: A User-Rating System.
Chapter 24: PHP/Database Efficiency and Style.
Chapter 25: PHP/Database Gotchas.
Part III: Advanced Techniques.
Chapter 26: Object-Oriented Programming with PHP.
Chapter 27: Sessions, Cookies, and HTTP.
Chapter 28: PHP and JavaScript.
Chapter 29: E-mail.
Chapter 30: Regular Expressions.
Chapter 31: PHP and XML.
Chapter 32: Web Services.
Chapter 33: Graphics.
Chapter 34: Converting Static HTML Sites.
Chapter 35: Other People's PHP.
Chapter 36: Security and Cryptography.
Chapter 37: Configuration and Tuning.
Chapter 38: Case Study: User Authentication.
Chapter 39: Case Study: A Trivia Game.
Part IV: Appendixes.
Appendix A: PHP for C Programmers.
Appendix B: PHP for Perl Hackers.
Appendix C: PHP for HTML Coders.
Appendix D: PHP Resources.

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