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This is a description of how to go about writing PDF documents from PHP in any font and language.
JSON was essentially created for AJAX, it is widely considered language dependent because it outlines a set of rules for semantically correct commun.
Sometimes we need to create functions that require an indefinite and variable amount of arguments.
We are going to be dealing with type juggling in this article.
The explode function in php is very simple to use.
A guide to creating your own functions and how to use them.
Learn how to display another sites meta tags.
An internal array pointer, in PHP, is fundamentally an invisible pointer that points to a particular record in an array.
we are going to draw a bar chart showing the binomial distribution
A tutorial on how to display nicely an array by the first letter.
This page allows you to learn and test the htmlspecialchars() function to protect embedded data in Web pages.
This tutorial shows you how to dynamically compile the list of files in a given directory.
This tutorial shows how to fetch all the meta tags for a given page and print them to the browser.
This tutorial explains how to conduct keyword searches on a given Webpage.
In this article I will show you how you can use the database library from eZ publish to build database independent fulltext search engine.
Teaching you about the google web apis functionality.
This hands on PHP Programming tutorial provides you the knowledge necessary to design and develop a search engine for your website using PHP version 4
This script searches MySQL database fields specified by the owner and displays the results with keywords in bold.
Learn cron Jobs, Templating, Searching and Browsing.
Regular expressions enables to find and extract more complicated pieces of information in a strings and do this in a multiple-byte character set.
One of the key features of object-oriented programming (OOP) is the ability to create new data types