PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 12

The last of the Built-in Functions! String Functions  The functions I will add here only scratch the surface of PHP’s built-in string manipulation functions, but if you understand thses common…

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 11

Session-Handling Functions Session handling is a way of holding on to data as a user navigates your Web Site. Data can be variables or entire objects. session_start() The session_start() function…

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 10

Regular Expression Functions  ereg_replace() and eregi_replace()  The ereg_replace() and eregi_replace() functions replace instances of a pattern within a string and return the new string. The ereg_replace() function performs a clase-sensitive…

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 9

Program Execution Functions  You can use PHP’s built in program execution functions to use programs residing on your system, such as encryption programs, third-party image manipulation programs, and so forth….

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 8

Misc. Functions  The die() and exit functions provide useful control over the execution of your script, offereing an ‘escape route’ for programming errors. die()  Outputs a given message and terminates…

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 6

Today in Buit-in Funtions we will look at some HTTP functions. header()  The header() function outputs an HTTP header string, such as a location redirection. This output must occur before…

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 5

Welcome back to Built-in Functions. Filesytem Functions chmod(), chgrp(), chown() Like the shell commands of the same name, the chmod(), chgrp(), and chown() functions modify the permissions, grop and owner…

PHP Function: Built-in Functions part 3

Welcome back to the not so exciting built in functions part 3! Today we will deal with Database Connectivity Functions for MySQL. *Numerous PHP functions exist for connecting  to adn querying…