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11 PHP & Delphi for PHP Articles

Group: PHP & Delphi for PHP


Topic: Beginners Corner

An Introduction to PHP. Installing PHP on Your Computer and Running your First Script.

Posted By Adam Lum, Post #100302, KB Topic: Beginners Corner
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Download page from PHP.Net.

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #101658, KB Topic: Beginners Corner
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Declare associative array with initial known values. You can also add to associative array. (You can just assign values without ever declaring it too!)

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #101660, KB Topic: Beginners Corner
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In PHP you can use quotes, or apostraphies as in "Prestwood", and 'Prestwood'. Use a slash in front of a quote or apostrophe to embed same type as in \' and \".

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #101524, KB Topic: Beginners Corner
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PHP uses a period (.) known as a dot to concatenate strings.

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #101616, KB Topic: Beginners Corner
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PHP is a loosely typed language. No variable types in PHP. Declaring and using variables are a bit different than in other languages. In PHP, you identify and use a variable with a $ even within strings!

You assign by reference with & as in &$MyVar.

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #101615, KB Topic: Beginners Corner
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Topic: Language Reference

PHP uses functions and loosely typed parameters. Function definitions can come before or after their usage so my preference when mixing PHP in with a mostly HTML page is to put the functions after the </html> tag.

Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #101635, KB Topic: Language Reference
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Topic: PHP

This article describes a simple to use PHP program I made for performing a mass email “broadcast” or “blast” to a mysql database full of email addresses.

Posted By Douglas.M, Post #102801, KB Topic: PHP
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PHP has become more conformed to CGI specifications and as such, you will need to make changes to your code in order for global variables to be filled in.
Posted By Mike Prestwood, Post #100243, KB Topic: PHP
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The basics to get you going in PHP with a MySQL Database.
Posted By Adam Lum, Post #100303, KB Topic: PHP
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This article shows how PHP can be used to access a MySQL database to retrieve data for a scroll list. Here, I will discuss one that lists 12 rows at a time on a web page.

Posted By Douglas.M, Post #102648, KB Topic: PHP
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