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Archive for February, 2006

CASPOL is your friend – do you trust me?

Monday, February 27th, 2006

Here is a nice tid bit of information. A feature added to the .NET framework called CAS (Code Access Security) was designed to allow you to run .NET code in a sandboxed environment (much like running Java applications in the Virtual Machine). Java applets (Java programs embedded into a web page) by default can not […]

PHP Tutorial – Lesson 13 Looping, looping, looping, looping, looping, looping, looping, looping…

Friday, February 17th, 2006

There are 4 main concepts that you have to understand inside and out to be a good programmer. Variables Arrays Choices (if statements) Looping We have talked about variables (those named containers where we can store information) and we have talked about choices. We have also touched on arrays (remember $_GET and $_POST?). Remember arrays […]

PHP Tutorial – Lesson 12 Hello!? Are you there?! – Using the SELECT statement

Monday, February 13th, 2006

This is both the easiest and most difficult of the four SQL statements. The SELECT statement. We have covered putting data in the database (INSERT), removing data (DELETE), and changing data that already exists (UPDATE). Aside from the INSERT statement, which simply jams data into a table, you append a WHERE clause onto your statements […]


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