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PHP 5 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

PHP 5 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

PHP 5 Recipes: A Problem-Solution

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  • Page 4: Contents at a Glance About the Auth
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  • Page 9 and 10: viii ■CONTENTS 4-43. Sorting Mult
  • Page 11 and 12: x ■CONTENTS 8-6. Creating and App
  • Page 13 and 14: xii ■CONTENTS ■CHAPTER 12 Under
  • Page 15 and 16: xiv ■CONTENTS ■CHAPTER 16 Commu
  • Page 17 and 18: xvi ■ABOUT THE AUTHORS ■JON STE
  • Page 20 and 21: Introduction As the Internet contin
  • Page 22 and 23: ■INTRODUCTION xxi Things will the
  • Page 24 and 25: CHAPTER 1 ■ ■ ■ Overview of P
  • Page 26 and 27: 1-1 ■ VARIABLES 3 How It Works Us
  • Page 28 and 29: 1-3 ■ ARRAYS 5
  • Page 30 and 31: 1-5 ■ REGULAR EXPRESSIONS 7 The C
  • Page 32 and 33: 1-6 ■ FUNCTIONS 9 Functions follo
  • Page 34 and 35: 1-7 ■ PROJECT: FINDING THE DATA T
  • Page 36 and 37: 1-8 ■ PROJECT: DISCOVERING WHAT V
  • Page 38 and 39: 1-9 ■ GETTING INFORMATION ABOUT T
  • Page 40 and 41: 1-9 ■ GETTING INFORMATION ABOUT T
  • Page 42: 1-9 ■ GETTING INFORMATION ABOUT T
  • Page 45 and 46: 22 UNDERSTANDING BASIC CONCEPTS Oth
  • Page 47 and 48: 24 2-1 ■ CREATING INSTANCES USING
  • Page 49 and 50: 26 2-2 ■ USING DEFAULT CONSTRUCTO
  • Page 51 and 52: 28 2-3 ■ SETTING OBJECT PROPERTIE
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    30 2-4 ■ CONTROLLING ACCESS TO CL

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    32 2-4 ■ CONTROLLING ACCESS TO CL

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    34 2-5 ■ USING STATIC MEMBERS AND

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    36 2-5 ■ USING STATIC MEMBERS AND

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    38 2-6 ■ USING CLASS CONSTANTS Ea

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    40 2-6 ■ USING CLASS CONSTANTS In

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    42 2-6 ■ USING CLASS CONSTANTS No

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    44 2-7 ■ EXTENDING CLASSES Bird -

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    46 2-7 ■ EXTENDING CLASSES public

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    48 2-7 ■ EXTENDING CLASSES The Ca

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    50 2-8 ■ USING ABSTRACT CLASSES A

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    52 2-8 ■ USING ABSTRACT CLASSES A

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    54 2-9 ■ USING INTERFACES In fact

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    56 2-11 ■ USING EXCEPTIONS “MAG

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    58 2-11 ■ USING EXCEPTIONS mysql_

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    60 2-11 ■ USING EXCEPTIONS Except

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    62 2-11 ■ USING EXCEPTIONS Table

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    64 2-12 ■ CHECKING FOR THE EXISTE

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    66 2-14 ■ OBTAINING VARIABLE NAME

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    68 2-15 ■ DETERMINING WHETHER AN

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    70 2-16 ■ LISTING CURRENTLY LOADE

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    72 2-16 ■ LISTING CURRENTLY LOADE

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    74 2-17 ■ OBTAINING A DUMP OF THE

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    76 2-18 ■ PERFORMING DYNAMIC CLAS

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    78 2-19 ■ USING THE REFLECTION AP

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    80 2-19 ■ USING THE REFLECTION AP

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    82 2-19 ■ USING THE REFLECTION AP

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    CHAPTER 3 ■ ■ ■ Performing Ma

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    3-1 ■ NUMERIC DATA TYPES 87 The C

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    3-1 ■ NUMERIC DATA TYPES 89 How I

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    3-1 ■ NUMERIC DATA TYPES 91 It is

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    3-1 ■ NUMERIC DATA TYPES 93 ■No

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    3-2 ■ RANDOM NUMBERS 95 $i >= 50

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    3-2 ■ RANDOM NUMBERS 97 The Code

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    3-2 ■ RANDOM NUMBERS 99 How It Wo

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    3-3 ■ LOGARITHMS AND EXPONENTS 10

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    3-3 ■ LOGARITHMS AND EXPONENTS 10

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    3-4 ■ TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS 105

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    3-4 ■ TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS 107

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    3-5 ■ FORMATTING OF NUMERIC DATA

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    3-5 ■ FORMATTING OF NUMERIC DATA

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    3-6 ■ MATH LIBRARIES 113 3-6. Mat

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    3-6 ■ MATH LIBRARIES 115 Name Des

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    3-7 ■ A STATIC MATH CLASS 117 sta

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    3-7 ■ A STATIC MATH CLASS 119 Fig

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    122 4-1 ■ CREATING ARRAYS Arrays

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    124 4-4 ■ Using Array Keys 4-4. U

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    126 4-6 ■ OUTPUTTING AN ARRAY AS

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    128 4-8 ■ OUTPUTTING AN ARRAY AS

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    130 4-8 ■ OUTPUTTING AN ARRAY AS

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    132 4-10 ■ APPENDING ONE ARRAY TO

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    134 4-10 ■ APPENDING ONE ARRAY TO

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    136 4-11 ■ COMPARING ARRAYS print

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    138 4-13 ■ INSERTING NEW VALUES A

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    140 4-14 ■ COUNTING ARRAY ELEMENT

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    142 4-15 ■ SETTING AN ARRAY’S S

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    144 4-16 ■ LOOPING THROUGH AN ASS

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    146 4-18 ■ LOOPING THROUGH A SPAR

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    148 4-19 ■ REMOVING THE FIRST OR

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    150 4-20 ■ REMOVING ONE OR MORE A

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    152 4-21 ■ EXTRACTING A PORTION O

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    154 4-22 ■ EXTRACTING VALUES FROM

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    156 4-23 ■ EXTRACTING VALUES FROM

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    158 4-24 ■ COMBINING ARRAYS 4-24.

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    160 4-26 ■ WORKING WITH UNIQUE VA

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    162 4-27 ■ GETTING AND DISPLAYING

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    164 4-29 ■ TESTING FOR THE EXISTE

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    166 4-31 ■ FINDING THE GREATEST A

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    168 4-32 ■ FINDING THE SUM AND AV

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    170 4-33 ■ APPLYING FUNCTIONS TO

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    172 4-33 ■ APPLYING FUNCTIONS TO

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    174 4-34 ■ APPLYING FUNCTIONS TO

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    176 4-35 ■ FILTERING ARRAYS USING

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    178 4-36 ■ SORTING AN ARRAY BY IT

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    180 4-37 ■ SORTING AN ARRAY BY IT

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    182 4-39 ■ REVERSING AN ARRAY USI

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    184 4-42 ■ SORTING AN ARRAY USING

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    186 4-43 ■ SORTING MULTIDIMENSION

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    188 4-43 ■ SORTING MULTIDIMENSION

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    190 4-45 ■ FINDING ALL PERMUTATIO

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    192 4-45 ■ FINDING ALL PERMUTATIO

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    194 4-46 ■ FINDING ALL COMBINATIO

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    CHAPTER 5 ■ ■ ■ Working with

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    OVERVIEW OF PHP 5’S DATE AND TIME

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    5-1 ■ DISPLAYING HUMAN-READABLE D

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    5-1 ■ DISPLAYING HUMAN-READABLE D

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    5-3 ■ CONVERTING HUMAN-READABLE D

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    5-4 ■ FINDING THE DATE FOR A WEEK

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    5-4 ■ FINDING THE DATE FOR A WEEK

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    5-5 ■ GETTING THE DAY AND WEEK OF

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    5-6 ■ DETERMINING WHETHER A GIVEN

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    5-7 ■ GETTING TIMES AND DATES OF

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    5-8 ■ SETTING TIME ZONES AND GMT/

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    5-9 ■ DISPLAYING TIMES AND DATES

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    5-9 ■ DISPLAYING TIMES AND DATES

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    5-9 ■ DISPLAYING TIMES AND DATES

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    5-11 ■ OBTAINING THE DIFFERENCE B

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    5-11 ■ OBTAINING THE DIFFERENCE B

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    5-11 ■ OBTAINING THE DIFFERENCE B

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-12 ■ PROJECT: CONSTRUCTING AND

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    5-13 ■ EXTENDING THE DATE CLASS 2

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    CHAPTER 6 ■ ■ ■ Working with

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    6-1 ■ TESTING FOR SUBSTRINGS 267

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    6-2 ■ COUNTING THE OCCURRENCES OF

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    6-5 ■ REPLACING SUBSTRINGS 271 ea

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    6-6 ■ JOINING AND DISASSEMBLING S

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    6-6 ■ JOINING AND DISASSEMBLING S

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    6-7 ■ REVERSING STRINGS 277 6-7.

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    6-9 ■ TRIMMING BLANK SPACES 279

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    6-10 ■ WRAPPING TEXT 281 The Code

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    6-12 ■ COMPARING STRINGS 283 6-12

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    6-14 ■ USING A PAGE READER CLASS

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    6-14 ■ USING A PAGE READER CLASS

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    6-14 ■ USING A PAGE READER CLASS

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    CHAPTER 7 ■ ■ ■ Working with

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    7-2 ■ READING FROM FILES 293 How

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    7-3 ■ WRITING TO FILES 295 7-3. W

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    7-4 ■ CLOSING FILES 297 The Code

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    7-5 ■ READING AND WRITING COMMA-S

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    7-7 ■ READING AND WRITING BINARY

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    7-8 ■ GETTING THE NUMBER OF LINES

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    7-10 ■ PROJECT: CREATING AND USIN

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    7-10 ■ PROJECT: CREATING AND USIN

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    7-10 ■ PROJECT: CREATING AND USIN

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    7-12 ■ LISTING ALL FILES OF A CER

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    7-13 ■ SORTING FILES BY DATE 313

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    7-14 ■ GENERATING A RECURSIVE DIR

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    7-15 ■ USING THE SPL DIRECTORYITE

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    7-15 ■ USING THE SPL DIRECTORYITE

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    322 8-1 ■ WORKING WITH JPGS The C

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    324 8-2 ■ WORKING WITH GIFS The C

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    326 8-3 ■ WORKING WITH PNGS The C

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    328 8-4 ■ CREATING A BLANK CANVAS

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    330 8-5 ■ CREATING AND USING COLO

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    332 8-6 ■ CREATING AND APPLYING D

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    334 8-7 ■ OUTPUTTING AN IMAGE Fig

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    336 8-7 ■ OUTPUTTING AN IMAGE //D

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    338 8-9 ■ APPLYING MODIFICATIONS

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    340 8-10 ■ SAVING AND OUTPUTTING

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    342 8-11 ■ LOADING FONTS 8-11. Lo

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    344 8-12 ■ APPLYING TRUETYPE FONT

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    346 8-13 ■ PROJECT: CREATING AND

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    348 8-13 ■ PROJECT: CREATING AND

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    CHAPTER 9 ■ ■ ■ Using Regular

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    OVERVIEW OF REGULAR EXPRESSION SYNT

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    OVERVIEW OF REGULAR EXPRESSION SYNT

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    9-1 ■ USING STRING MATCHING VS. P

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    9-3 ■ MATCHING WITH GREEDY VS. NO

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    9-5 ■ VALIDATING PASCAL CASE NAME

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    9-6 ■ VALIDATING U.S. CURRENCY 36

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    9-7 ■ FORMATTING A PHONE NUMBER 3

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    9-8 ■ FINDING REPEATED WORDS 367

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    9-10 ■ MATCHING A VALID E-MAIL AD

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    9-11 ■ FINDING ALL MATCHING LINES

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    9-13 ■ CAPTURING TEXT INSIDE HTML

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    9-14 ■ ESCAPING SPECIAL CHARACTER

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    9-15 ■ REPLACING URLS WITH LINKS

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    9-15 ■ REPLACING URLS WITH LINKS

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    9-18 ■ MATCHING GUIDS/UUIDS 381 "

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    9-19 ■ READING RECORDS WITH A DEL

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    9-20 ■ CREATING YOUR OWN REGEXP C

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    9-20 ■ CREATING YOUR OWN REGEXP C

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    9-20 ■ CREATING YOUR OWN REGEXP C

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    9-20 ■ CREATING YOUR OWN REGEXP C

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    394 10-1 ■ USING VARIABLE TYPES

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    396 10-2 ■ ASSIGNING AND COMPARIN

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    398 10-2 ■ ASSIGNING AND COMPARIN

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    400 10-2 ■ ASSIGNING AND COMPARIN

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    402 10-3 ■ TYPECASTING Figure 10-

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    404 10-3 ■ TYPECASTING The Code

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    406 10-3 ■ TYPECASTING How It Wor

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    408 10-4 ■ USING CONSTANTS First

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    410 10-4 ■ USING CONSTANTS How It

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    412 10-5 ■ DEFINING VARIABLE SCOP

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    414 10-5 ■ DEFINING VARIABLE SCOP

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    416 10-5 ■ DEFINING VARIABLE SCOP

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    418 10-6 ■ PARSING VALUES TO FUNC

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    420 10-6 ■ PARSING VALUES TO FUNC

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    422 10-7 ■ USING DYNAMIC VARIABLE

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    424 10-7 ■ USING DYNAMIC VARIABLE

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    426 10-8 ■ ENCAPSULATING COMPLEX

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    428 10-8 ■ ENCAPSULATING COMPLEX

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    430 10-9 ■ SHARING VARIABLES BETW

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    432 10-10 ■ DEBUGGING The Code H

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    434 10-10 ■ DEBUGGING > How It W

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    CHAPTER 11 ■ ■ ■ Using Functi

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    11-3 ■ PASSING VALUES BY REFERENC

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    11-4 ■ CREATING FUNCTIONS THAT TA

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    11-6 ■ RETURNING VALUES BY REFERE

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    11-7 ■ RETURNING FAILURE 445 Alth

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    11-9 ■ ACCESSING A GLOBAL VARIABL

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    11-10 ■ CREATING DYNAMIC FUNCTION

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    11-10 ■ CREATING DYNAMIC FUNCTION

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    454 12-1 ■ SETTING COOKIES 12-1.

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    456 12-3 ■ DELETING COOKIES //Let

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    458 12-4 ■ WRITING AND USING A CO

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    460 12-5 ■ REDIRECTING TO A DIFFE

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    462 12-7 ■ FORCING FILE “SAVE A

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    464 12-8 ■ IMPLEMENTING SESSIONS

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    466 12-10 ■ STORING COMPLEX DATA

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    468 12-11 ■ DETECTING BROWSERS Fr

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    470 12-12 ■ USING QUERYSTRINGS Us

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    472 12-14 ■ PASSING STRING VALUES

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    474 12-15 ■ PASSING COMPLEX VALUE

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    476 12-16 ■ SETTING UP HTTP-BASED

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    478 12-16 ■ SETTING UP HTTP-BASED

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    480 12-16 ■ SETTING UP HTTP-BASED

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    482 12-17 ■ SETTING UP COOKIE AUT

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    484 12-18 ■ READING ENVIRONMENT A

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    486 12-19 ■ SETTING ENVIRONMENT A

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    488 13-1 ■ GET VS. POST Table 13-

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    490 13-2 ■ SUPERGLOBALS VS. GLOBA

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    492 13-3 ■ VALIDATING FORM INPUT

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    494 13-4 ■ WORKING WITH MULTIPAGE

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    496 13-5 ■ REDISPLAYING FORMS WIT

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    498 13-5 ■ REDISPLAYING FORMS WIT

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    500 13-7 ■ PREVENTING MULTIPLE SU

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    502 13-8 ■ PERFORMING FILE UPLOAD

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    504 13-8 ■ PERFORMING FILE UPLOAD

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    506 13-10 ■ CREATING FORM ELEMENT

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    508 13-11 ■ CREATING FORM ELEMENT

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    510 13-11 ■ CREATING FORM ELEMENT

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    CHAPTER 14 ■ ■ ■ Working with

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    14-2 ■ MANUALLY GENERATING MARKUP

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    14-3 ■ USING DOM TO GENERATE MARK

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    14-3 ■ USING DOM TO GENERATE MARK

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    14-4 ■ CREATING AND SETTING ATTRI

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    14-5 ■ PARSING XML 523 14-5. Pars

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    14-5 ■ PARSING XML 525 } } > How

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    14-5 ■ PARSING XML 527 These are

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    14-6 ■ TRANSFORMING XML WITH XSL

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    14-7 ■ USING RSS FEEDS 531 Figure

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    14-7 ■ USING RSS FEEDS 533 RSS fe

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    14-7 ■ USING RSS FEEDS 535 The Co

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    14-7 ■ USING RSS FEEDS 537 The da

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    14-8 ■ USING WDDX 539 14-8. Using

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    14-8 ■ USING WDDX 541 How It Work

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    14-9 ■ USING SOAP 543 $client = n

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    14-9 ■ USING SOAP 545 $options =

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    14-9 ■ USING SOAP 547

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    14-9 ■ USING SOAP 549 Summary In

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    552 15-1 ■ CONNECTING TO A MYSQL

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    554 15-2 ■ QUERYING THE DATABASE

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    556 15-3 ■ RETRIEVING AND DISPLAY

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    558 15-4 ■ MODIFYING DATA //And t

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    560 15-5 ■ DELETING DATA //Return

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    562 15-6 ■ BUILDING QUERIES ON TH

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    564 15-7 ■ USING THE MYSQLI OBJEC

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    566 15-7 ■ USING THE MYSQLI OBJEC

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    568 15-8 ■ USING EXCEPTIONS TO HA

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    570 15-8 ■ USING EXCEPTIONS TO HA

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    572 15-9 ■ PROJECT: DISPLAYING LI

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    574 15-9 ■ PROJECT: DISPLAYING LI

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    576 15-10 ■ DISPLAYING RESULTS IN

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    578 15-10 ■ DISPLAYING RESULTS IN

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    580 15-12 ■ WRITING A WRAPPER CLA

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    582 15-12 ■ WRITING A WRAPPER CLA

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    584 15-12 ■ WRITING A WRAPPER CLA

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    586 15-13 ■ PROJECT: GOING FROM M

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    588 15-13 ■ PROJECT: GOING FROM M

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    590 15-13 ■ PROJECT: GOING FROM M

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    592 15-13 ■ PROJECT: GOING FROM M

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    594 15-13 ■ PROJECT: GOING FROM M

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    596 15-13 ■ PROJECT: GOING FROM M

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    598 16-1 ■ SENDING INTERNET MAIL

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    600 16-2 ■ PROJECT: SENDING AN E-

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    602 16-3 ■ READING MAIL WITH IMAP

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    604 16-3 ■ READING MAIL WITH IMAP

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    606 16-3 ■ READING MAIL WITH IMAP

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    608 16-3 ■ READING MAIL WITH IMAP

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    610 16-3 ■ READING MAIL WITH IMAP

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    612 16-3 ■ READING MAIL WITH IMAP

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    614 16-4 ■ GETTING AND PUTTING FI

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    616 16-4 ■ GETTING AND PUTTING FI

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    618 16-4 ■ GETTING AND PUTTING FI

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    620 16-4 ■ GETTING AND PUTTING FI

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    622 16-5 ■ PERFORMING DNS LOOKUPS

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    624 16-6 ■ CHECKING WHETHER A HOS

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    626 16-6 ■ CHECKING WHETHER A HOS

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    628 16-7 ■ GETTING INFORMATION AB

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    Index ■Special Characters $ sign,

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    ■INDEX 633 first or last element,

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    ■INDEX 635 converting human-reada

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    ■INDEX 637 ftp_mkdir( ) function,

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    ■INDEX 639 imap_base64( ) functio

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    ■INDEX 641 retrieving and display

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    ■INDEX 643 ReflectionParameter cl

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    ■INDEX 645 ■T \t expression, 35

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