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PHP Tutorials — Basics

PHP » Basics — about 13 years ago
So, you’re a hotshot PHP developer. You’ve written a lot of code powering some pretty cool websites; maybe you’ve even written some public / open source scripts that other developers are using. You’ve been through it all with the web, from basic database hacks to battling with inconsistent browser rendering, and now you want to have a go at something different.
PHP » Basics — 10 months ago
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PHP » Basics — over 13 years ago
I still remember the time I was a PHP beginner, these little constant things were always a source of confusion. I remember attempting to overwrite their values like you do with variables and being presented with an unfriendly error. What on earth could their use be?
PHP » Basics — over 13 years ago
Learn to use the PayPal ExpressCheckOut PHP API. Downloadable code included.
PHP » Basics — almost 13 years ago
Creating an AJAX + PHP File upload system.
PHP » Basics — over 13 years ago
We all use printf (or sprintf) to help ourselves when mingling together output strings with our variables, right? This is a tip that I use often, but I continually see people writing code where this technique would be useful but isn't used. What am I on about? Well, how many times have you seen people write something similar to this...
PHP » Basics — over 13 years ago
After Haris' mention of the PHP function range(), I thought the kindest thing to do would be to give it a proper introduction. So here is that introduction! Range is native PHP function that takes 2 compulsory arguments and 1 optional argument (As of PHP 5.0.0 which defaults to 1) and returns an array. Seem ever so simple? Well it is! The 3 arguments the function can accept are as follows...
PHP » Basics — almost 15 years ago
In programming it is often required to repeat a block of code for a given number of times or until a certain condition is not true. For this, we use looping statements. PHP has two major looping statements (FOR and WHILE).
PHP » Basics — about 14 years ago
Why not let your own script fetch the statistics directly from google adsense reporting site? It's always much easier to have the data locally in your own database, and then create scripts to display the stats in the way you are interested in.
PHP » Basics — about 14 years ago
A detailed XML processing tutorial with examples for beginners.
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