PHP Manual


PHP Manual

   PHP, which stands for "PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor" is a widely-used Open Source general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML. Its syntax draws upon C, Java, and Perl, and is easy to learn. The main goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated webpages quickly, but you can do much more with PHP.
   This manual consists primarily of a function reference, but also contains a language reference, explanations of some of PHP's major features, and other supplemental information.

Авторы: Stig Sæther Bakken, Alexander Aulbach, Egon Schmid, Jim Winstead, Lars Torben Wilson, Rasmus Lerdorf, Andrei Zmievski, Jouni Ahto.

PHP Manual



Contents
I. Getting Started
1. Introduction
2. A simple tutorial
3. Installation
4. Runtime Configuration
II. Language Reference
5. Basic syntax
6. Types
7. Variables
8. Constants
9. Expressions
10. Operators
11. Control Structures
12. Functions
13. Classes and Objects
14. References Explained
III. Security
15. Security
IV. Features
16. HTTP authentication with PHP
17. Cookies
18. Handling file uploads
19. Using remote files
20. Connection handling
21. Persistent Database Connections
22. Safe Mode
23. Using PHP from the command line
V. Function Reference
I. Apache-specific Functions
II. Array Functions
III. Aspell functions [deprecated]
IV. BCMath Arbitrary Precision Mathematics Functions
V. Bzip2 Compression Functions
VI. Calendar Functions
VII. CCVS API Functions [deprecated]
VIII. COM support functions for Windows
IX. Class/Object Functions
X. ClibPDF Functions
XI. Crack Functions
XII. CURL, Client URL Library Functions
XIII. Cybercash Payment Functions
XIV. Cyrus IMAP administration Functions
XV. Character Type Functions
XVI. Database (dbm-style) Abstraction Layer Functions
XVII. Date and Time Functions
XVIII. dBase Functions
XIX. DBM Functions [deprecated]
XX. dbx Functions
XXI. DB++ Functions
XXII. Direct IO Functions
XXIII. Directory Functions
XXIV. DOM XML Functions
XXV. .NET Functions
XXVI. Error Handling and Logging Functions
XXVII. File Alteration Monitor Functions
XXVIII. FrontBase Functions
XXIX. filePro Functions
XXX. Filesystem Functions
XXXI. Forms Data Format Functions
XXXII. FriBiDi Functions
XXXIII. FTP Functions
XXXIV. Function Handling Functions
XXXV. Gettext
XXXVI. GMP Functions
XXXVII. HTTP Functions
XXXVIII. Hyperwave Functions
XXXIX. Hyperwave API Functions
XL. iconv Functions
XLI. Image Functions
XLII. IMAP, POP3 and NNTP Functions
XLIII. Informix Functions
XLIV. InterBase Functions
XLV. Ingres II Functions
XLVI. IRC Gateway Functions
XLVII. PHP / Java Integration
XLVIII. LDAP Functions
XLIX. LZF Functions
L. Mail Functions
LI. mailparse Functions
LII. Mathematical Functions
LIII. Multibyte String Functions
LIV. MCAL Functions
LV. Mcrypt Encryption Functions
LVI. MCVE Payment Functions
LVII. Mhash Functions
LVIII. Mimetype Functions
LIX. Microsoft SQL Server Functions
LX. Ming functions for Flash
LXI. Miscellaneous Functions
LXII. mnoGoSearch Functions
LXIII. mSQL Functions
LXIV. MySQL Functions
LXV. Improved MySQL Extension
LXVI. Mohawk Software Session Handler Functions
LXVII. muscat Functions
LXVIII. Network Functions
LXIX. Ncurses Terminal Screen Control Functions
LXX. Lotus Notes Functions
LXXI. NSAPI-specific Functions
LXXII. Unified ODBC Functions
LXXIII. Object Aggregation/Composition Functions
LXXIV. Oracle 8 functions
LXXV. OpenSSL Functions
LXXVI. Oracle Functions
LXXVII. Ovrimos SQL Functions
LXXVIII. Output Control Functions
LXXIX. Object property and method call overloading
LXXX. PDF functions
LXXXI. Verisign Payflow Pro Functions
LXXXII. PHP Options&Information
LXXXIII. POSIX Functions
LXXXIV. PostgreSQL Functions
LXXXV. Process Control Functions
LXXXVI. Program Execution Functions
LXXXVII. Printer Functions
LXXXVIII. Pspell Functions
LXXXIX. GNU Readline
XC. GNU Recode Functions
XCI. Regular Expression Functions (Perl-Compatible)
XCII. qtdom Functions
XCIII. Regular Expression Functions (POSIX Extended)
XCIV. Semaphore, Shared Memory and IPC Functions
XCV. SESAM Database Functions
XCVI. Session Handling Functions
XCVII. Shared Memory Functions
XCVIII. SimpleXML functions
XCIX. SOAP Functions
C. SQLite
CI. Shockwave Flash Functions
CII. SNMP Functions
CIII. Socket Functions
CIV. Standard PHP Library (SPL) Functions
CV. Stream Functions
CVI. String Functions
CVII. Sybase Functions
CVIII. TCP Wrappers Functions
CIX. Tidy Functions
CX. Tokenizer Functions
CXI. URL Functions
CXII. Variable Functions
CXIII. vpopmail Functions
CXIV. W32api Functions
CXV. WDDX Functions
CXVI. XML Parser Functions
CXVII. XML-RPC Functions
CXVIII. xdiff Functions
CXIX. XSL functions
CXX. XSLT Functions
CXXI. YAZ Functions
CXXII. YP/NIS Functions
CXXIII. Zip File Functions (Read Only Access)
CXXIV. Zlib Compression Functions
VI. Zend API
24. Overview
25. Extension Possibilities
26. Source Layout
27. PHP's Automatic Build System
28. Creating Extensions
29. Using Extensions
30. Troubleshooting
31. Source Discussion
32. Accepting Arguments
33. Creating Variables
34. Duplicating Variable Contents: The Copy Constructor
35. Returning Values
36. Printing Information
37. Startup and Shutdown Functions
38. Calling User Functions
39. Initialization File Support
40. Where to Go from Here
41. Reference: Some Configuration Macros
42. API Macros
VII. PHP API: Interfaces for extension writers
43. Streams API for PHP Extension Authors
VIII. FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
44. General Information
45. Mailing lists
46. Obtaining PHP
47. Database issues
48. Installation
49. Build Problems
50. Using PHP
51. PHP and HTML
52. PHP and COM
53. PHP and other languages
54. Migrating from PHP 2 to PHP 3
55. Migrating from PHP 3 to PHP 4
56. Miscellaneous Questions
IX. Appendixes
A. History of PHP and related projects
B. Migrating from PHP 4 to PHP 5
C. Migrating from PHP 3 to PHP 4
D. Migrating from PHP/FI 2 to PHP 3
E. Debugging PHP
F. Extending PHP 3
G. List of Function Aliases
H. List of Reserved Words
I. List of Resource Types
J. List of Supported Protocols/Wrappers
K. List of Built-In Filters
L. List of Supported Socket Transports
M. PHP type comparison tables
N. List of Parser Tokens
O. About the manual
P. Open Publication License
Q. Function Index
X. HTML Help Edition
57. About This Edition
58. Using PHP Manual CHM Edition
59. The Full Text Search
60. Specialities of this Edition
61. Integrating the PHP Manual
62. Skin development
63. CHM Edition Credits



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