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Lesson 7: php programming, 2

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Here we explore a bit more about the php programming language. Topics include:

 

 

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Lesson 07, part 1
More php: comparisons, 'if', and emails

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Hands on exercise

This exercise is focused on coding 'if' statements, sending emails, and accessing the $_SERVER variables.

This exercise builds on your previous cgi, Feedback.php

 

Session 2
Complex 'if' statements

 

Here we explore logical operators and nested 'if' statements:

 

 


Lesson 07, part 2
Logical operators

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Hands on exercise

This exercise is primarily focused using complex 'if' statements to construct a correctly formatted street address, based on what data the user has supplied. It is also the beginning of a new php CGI that will expand over the coming lessons.

The Table 'N' Fable club has organized a trip to visit locations in Wales named in the mystery novel "Welsh Rarebit Gone".

Earlier you built a page, 'tripsite.shtml' and now we can build one of the pages linked to from that page, 'signUp.shtml'.

The major pieces to code are:
   signUp.shtml - form for passing information to CGI
   cgis/AddTraveler.php - a new CGI

Here are steps to construct signUp.shtml:

Here are steps to construct AddTraveler.php:

 

 

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