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Chapter 15 -- Handling file uploads -- of 'Beginning PHP and MySQL 5'

Beginning PHP and MySQL 5: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition discusses the combining of two open source technologies, scripting language PHP and database server MySQL, to create powerful websites.

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Chapter 15 -- Handling file uploads -- of Beginning PHP and MySQL 5 describes role of PHP's file-upload functions is_uploaded_file() and move_uploaded_file() in the upload process. File-upload configuration directives, actual examples and code are offered, as well.

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Chapter X, "chapter title," is excerpted from Beginning PHP and MySQL 5: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition by W. Jason Gilmore, published January 2006, by Apress (ISBN: 1-59059-552-1). Copyright © 2006, Apress. All rights reserved. Reprinted with permission by Apress.

This was first published in September 2006

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