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


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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 The Structured Query Language for Inserting, Editing, and Selecting Data. 
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 2003, the (Semi-)Bulletproof Guestbook. 
Chapter 9 Survey. 
Part IV: Not So Simple Applications. 
Chapter 10 Threaded Discussion. 
Chapter 11 Content-Management System. 
Chapter 12 Catalog. 
Chapter 13 Problem-Tracking System. 
Chapter 14 Shopping Cart. 
Chapter 15 XML Parsing. 
Chapter 16 SOAP. 
Chapter 17 Project Management. 
Part V: Appendixes. 
Appendix A: What’s on the CD-ROM. 
Appendix B: HTML Forms. 
Appendix C: Brief Guide to MySQL/PHP Installation and Configuration. 
Appendix D: MySQL Utilities. 
Appendix E: MySQL User Administration. 
Appendix F: PHP Function Reference. 
Appendix G: Regular Expressions Overview. 
Appendix H: Helpful User-Defined Functions. 
Appendix I: PHP and MySQL Resources. 
Appendix J: MySQL Function Reference. 
Index. 
End-User License Agreement.


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