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Question   How to Calculate Salary..? What is % will be taken for Basic Salary,DA,ALLowance,ESIC,PF,PT...Plse Clarify both side Employer & Employee.. Rank Answer Posted By  
 Interview Question Submitted By :: Vishal Pawar
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salary is calculate salary means basis salary +da+allaowance
and pf calculate on basic salary and esic & pf on calculate
on gross salary
 
0 Mallikarjunarao
 
 
Answer
Salary is different pay components like 
Basic,DA,HRA,Conveyence Allowances,Medical allowamces & etc.
The Sum total of all the Pay components is Gross Salary.
Percentage of the component is User Defined. Ex: Typically 
30 - 50 % of gross Salary is Basic.

ESI is caliculated on Gross Salary(Less than 15000 per 
Month)

PF is calculatd on Basic Salary.

Employer Contrubution is not included in the Gross Salary.
 
0 Koteshwar Reddy
 
 
Answer
there is no exact limit for Basic Salary. It May be either
30%,40% or 50%. And the Same rule applies for DA, Allowance.
They might be 30% and 20% respectively.
1)ESIC Eligibility Should be upto 10000/-(Total Salary). If
exceed, He is not eligible for ESI. % of ESI = 6.5 
ESI Employee Contribution 1.75
ESI Employer Contribution 4.75

2)PF eligibility Upto 6500/- (on Basic Salary). %PF = 24
  PF Employee contribution =12% (8.33% EPF and 3.67 EPS)
  PF Employer contribution =12%
 
0 Vv Siva Prasad
 
 
 
Answer
basic+da+hra+ta=gross salary
gross-pf-pt-esi-lic=net salary
 
0 Ravi
 
 
Question   What is journal entry Rank Answer Posted By  
 Interview Question Submitted By :: Satyaki_raju@yahoo.com
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The entry made in books of accounts which does not affect cash and bank is called journal
 
4 Kunal Srivastava
 
 
Answer
it is used to document a business transaction that 
increases funds in one account and decreases in another 
account with cash receipt or payment
 
5 Satyaki_raju@yahoo.com
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Answer
an entry made in the journal
 
0 Tyagraj
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
whenver we made a business transaction we have to pass an 
entry relating to that in the concerned ledger book is 
called as journal entry
 
0 Anand N R Hassan
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
journal Entry mens daily entry journal mens Deily  
therefour journal entries mens deily entry excluding 
Payment, receipt , contra, pur & sales
 
0 Vin
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
Each transaction affects a minimum of two accounts and is
recorded as a journal entry, often assigned a number for
reference purposes. Information in the journal entry would
include, the source, the date, a description of the entry,
what accounts are debited and credited and for what value. ...
 
0 Nithya
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
journal entry means when we record the primary data on very
fisrt time in our account books is called journal entry
 
0 Rakesh
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
All the transactions which are recorded daily.
 
0 Dilip Kumar
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
it is a brief expression of one reactions,reflection,insight,
or sentiments on some experiences which have influenced the
persons inner growth.
 
0 Tiffany-janine
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
journal entry is a book which in journolochical oder it's 
called  journal entry or orginal entry...
 
0 Abdisalaam
[Taxtime]
 
 
Answer
A Journal Entry,in accounting,is aloogging of transaction into accounting journal items.
 
0 Lavanya
[Taxtime]
 
 
Question   What is the last date for filing of returns for TDS, ESI, PF, Professional Tax, Income Tax, Service Tax and Income Tax? Rank Answer Posted By  
 Interview Question Submitted By :: Ramesh_gkrish
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Answer
31st march
 
3 Guest
 
 
Answer
TDS:7 th
PF:15

ESI:21
 
4 M.ravi Kanth
 
 
Answer
TDS: 7TH
PF:15TH
ESI:21ST
PT: FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT 30TH OF APRIL EVERY YEAR AND
INDIVIDUAL (SALARY) 20TH.
 
5 Jagadeesha.p
 
 
Answer
>>Last Date TDS Return : Q1-15 July, Q2-15 Oct, Q3-15 Jan, 
Q1-15 April & also we can deposit till 31st May,   
>>PF:15TH
>>ESI:21ST
>>PT: FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT 30TH OF APRIL EVERY YEAR 
AND
INDIVIDUAL (SALARY) 20TH.
>> Service Tax  1st Half Yearly  25th Oct & 2nd Half Yearly 
25th April
>>Income Tax   for individual HUF FIRM AOP (non Audited)  
31st July &  Audited (all person ) last date 30 Sep.
>>
 
3 Ved Parkash Chauhan
 
 
Answer
What is the last date for filing of returns for TDS, ESI, 
PF, Professional Tax, Income Tax, Service Tax and Income 
Tax?
 
1 Sandeep
 
 
Answer
S Tax 5th
TDS: 7TH
PF:15TH
ESI:21ST
PT: 15TH
 
0 Jayaseelan.e
 
 
Answer
TDS : when we are deducting TDS immediate next month 
before 7th.
  Service TAx : after deducting SErvice Tax immediate next 
month of before 5th.

  pT : After deducting PT current month before 20th.

  Income Tax : for salary and individual july 31st.
   for company september 30th.

   ESI : after deducting current month before 21st.

   Pf : ater deducting durrent month before 15th
 
0 Savithri
 
 
Answer
TDS : Q1-15th July, Q2-15th October, Q3-15th January, Q4- 
15th June

ESI : Ist Half-11th November, IInd Half-12th May

PF : 25th of each month

PT : 30th April [20th for individiual (salary)]

IT : 31st July for individual/HUF/Partnership Firms/AOP/BOI 
(for whom section 44AB is not applicable)

30th September for Company and 
individuals/HUFs/Firms/AOPs/BOIs (for whom Tax Audit is 
mandatory)

ST : 25th October and 25th April
 
5 Pankaj Chaudhary
 
 
Answer
>>Last Date TDS Return : Q1-15 July, Q2-15 Oct, Q3-15 Jan, 
                         Q4-15 June   
>>Last Date TDS Return : 30th April
>>Last Date ESI Return : 1st Half - 11th Nov., and 
for                        2nd Half 11th May21ST
>>PT: FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT 30TH OF APRIL EVERY YEAR 
AND
INDIVIDUAL (SALARY) 20TH.
>> Service Tax  1st Half Yearly  25th Oct & 2nd Half Yearly 
25th April
>>IT : 31st July for individual/HUF/Partnership 
Firms/AOP/BOI 
(for whom section 44AB is not applicable)

30th September for Company and 
individuals/HUFs/Firms/AOPs/BOIs (for whom Tax Audit is 
mandatory)
 
0 Arvind Kumar
 
 
Answer
31th Mar
 
0 Kulwant Singh
 
 
Answer
for tds 7th
for esi 21st
for pf 15 th
for service tax 22th
 
0 Mahesh
 
 
Answer
For TDS Q1-15 July, Q2-15 Oct, Q3- 15 Jan, Q4- 15 July
TDS Dedutected to be deposited before 7th of every month &
for the last Quater 31st May
ESI Return Date 1st Half 11 Nov, 2nd Half 12 May
a/o ESI to be depostited before 21st of every month
PF 25 of each month
a/o PF 15 of each month 
PT 30 April
IT 31 July for individual/HUF/Partnership Firms/AOP/BOI 
for Audit Case 30 Sept.
Service Tax Return 25th of October & 25th of April
Service Tax Should be deposited before 5th of each month
 
0 Bhupinder Singh
 
 
Answer
TDS Return Last Date Deposite Monthly before 7th,Return Qtly.15th of Every month only in Last Qtr.we can deposite it 15th june,PF 15th,ESI 21st,Service Tax Deposite Monthly & Return on Half Yearly.
 
0 Accounts Manager (consultancy
 
 
Answer
please give me ans.
 
0 K.kishor Pundeir
 
 
Answer
TDS Return filing date
Quarter 1st - 15 July , 
Quarter 2nd 15 October,
Quarter 3rd 15 January
Quarter 4th 31st may
ESIC Half yearly filing date
12 May  & 11 November
P.F. monthly filing date 25th of next month
P.F. yearly filing date 25 April 
Advance Income Tax Deposit tax
15 september, 15 december & 15 March 
Service tax filing date
25 October and 25 April

Mostly member show the date of deposit of esic & pf & TDS 
in to Bank
 
0 Naresh Kumar
 
 
Answer
Income Tax 31st March Every Year
PF : 30th April Every Year
PT :FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT 30TH OF APRIL EVERY YEAR AND
INDIVIDUAL (SALARY) 20TH.
ST : 25th October and 25th April
ESI : 21st
TDS : 7th
 
0 Praveer Verma
 
 
Answer
Last Date TDS Return : Q1-15 July, Q2-15 Oct, Q3-15 Jan, 
Q1-15 April & also we can deposit till 31st May,   
>>PF:15TH
>>ESI:21ST
>>PT: FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT 30TH OF APRIL EVERY YEAR 
AND
INDIVIDUAL (SALARY) 20TH.
>> Service Tax  1st Half Yearly  25th Oct & 2nd Half Yearly 
25th April
>>Income Tax   for individual HUF FIRM AOP (non Audited)  
31st July &  Audited (all person ) last date 30 Sep.
 
0 Tirupati
 
 
Answer
EVERY QUARTER 15th IS LAST DATE
 
0 Kavitha
 
 
Answer
Last Date TDS Return : Q1-15 July, Q2-15 Oct, Q3-15 Jan, 
Q1-15 April & also we can deposit till 31st May,   
DEPOSIT DATE OF TDS IS 7TH OF NEXT MONTH

>>PF:15TH
>>ESI:21ST
>>PT: FOR BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT 30TH OF APRIL EVERY YEAR 
AND
INDIVIDUAL (SALARY) 20TH.
>> Service Tax  1st Half Yearly  25th Oct & 2nd Half Yearly 
25th April
>>Income Tax   for individual HUF FIRM AOP (non Audited)  
31st July &  Audited (all person ) last date 30 Sep
 
0 Ravinder Sharma
 
 
Answer
April 7th
 
0 Anbu
 
 
Answer
S Tax 5th
TDS: 7TH
PF:15TH
ESI:21ST
PT: 15TH
 
0 Ravi
 
 
Question   how we deploy the asp.net 2.0 application Rank Answer Posted By  
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xcab archives,msi installer
 
0 Fgfhgh
 
 
Answer
yes
 
0 Rajvir
 
 
Question   Lovers love it...... Friends need it.... Relationship starts with it... Life ends with it..... Whats is it.... Rank Answer Posted By  
 Interview Question Submitted By :: Nanylal@gmail.com
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trust
 
3 Gazala
 
 
Answer
emotions and imaginations
 
3 Neha
 
 
Answer
GoodHabits
 
3 Shiva
 
 
Answer
clue good habits.
 
0 Faith
 
 
Answer
The Answer for the question is 
Meeting or Appointment or Date.
The other word is RENDEZVOUS or u can say it as RENDEAVULZ.
Hope it is correct.
 
0 Ramesh Jaiswal
 
 
Answer
goodhabitz
 
0 Rithish Chengappa
 
 
Answer
kindhearts
 
3 Shiva
 
 
Answer
RENDEZVOUS
 
5 Bhanuprakash
 
 
Answer
zinda awaaz
 
0 Praveen Kumar
 
 
Answer
heart
 
0 Athi
 
 
Answer
Time Barbaad....sab barbaad
 
0 Xciteman
 
 
Answer
HandShakes
 
3 Stanley
 
 
Answer
Afection and trust
 
4 Surya.c
 
 
Answer
handshakes?
 
0 Bugz
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous...
 
0 Awais
 
 
Answer
undestanding, listen, care,
 
1 Simran
 
 
Answer
kindhearts
 
0 Vel
 
 
Answer
GOODHABITS
 
0 Pinky
 
 
Answer
its date or RENDEAVULZ.
 
0 Ayudh
 
 
Answer
Just "Friendship"
 
0 Anandan
 
 
Answer
"HOPE"
 
0 Anisha
 
 
Answer
randeavulz
 
0 Saru
 
 
Answer
Hai
 
0 Mathivanan
 
 
Answer
The answer is 

RENDEVOUZ
 
0 Prash
 
 
Answer
Rendedeavouz is a meeting between lovers, or the start of a 
relationship, or a meeting between friends. Death has been 
called a "rendeavouz with destiny", or fate.
 
0 Dev
 
 
Answer
money, money and money
 
0 Saif Ali Bozdar
 
 
Answer
understand
 
0 Ram
 
 
Answer
Deep heart touching love,affection and understanding, where 
one can understand the other even without saying a 
word.where just by a look feelings are conveyed and cared 
with lot of blessings.
 
0 Shiji
 
 
Answer
i think geuss hh nothing sure but its ans i thing corrected
 
0 Amit
 
 
Answer
i firendsship
 
0 Kishan
 
 
Answer
What is the CORRECT Answer for this question?  Please let 
us know
 
0 Kk
 
 
Answer
love means ishart and my lifepartner but friends was 
thegood realation
 
0 Arjun
 
 
Answer
goodhabits
 
0 Subrahmanyam Sjb
 
 
Answer
LOVE
 
0 Parveen Kumar Taya
 
 
Answer
Roti Kapda Makan
 
0 Sachin
 
 
Answer
its about making love with the percon u fell right wif well 
if its a on night stand then like it aint love is it.
 
0 Kdejrherufhd
 
 
Answer
rendeavulz which is a french word
which means meeting or date.......
 
0 Jinal And Navneet
 
 
Answer
TIME , :-)
YA WHEN U SPEND UR TIME WITH UR LOVER THEY REALLY LOVE IT...
AND FRIENDS NEED TAT U SHOULD SPEND TIME WIT THEM...
WHEN U GIVE UR TIME TO SOMEONE U BUILD HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP...
& IF SOMEONE DON'T HAVE TIME................???????
 
0 Vinayak
 
 
Answer
faith & Trust ..........
and real feelings in heart..........
 
0 Akshaya Kumar
 
 
Answer
misdcalls
 
0 Nas
 
 
Answer
good hearts
 
0 Karthik
 
 
Answer
understand
 
0 Mahesh
 
 
Answer
it is RENDEZVOUS
 
0 Shilpa
 
 
Answer
BAD HABITS
 
0 Karthika Milano
 
 
Answer
its a part of life
 
0 Pranusha
 
 
Answer
HUG
 
0 Shashank@manit
 
 
Answer
HANDSHAKE
 
1 Bhuvani
 
 
Answer
HANDSHAKES
 
0 Krish
 
 
Answer
NOTHING....
 
0 Yashika
 
 
Answer
GOOD HABITZ..........................
 
0 Raghunandan
 
 
Answer
GULAB JAMUN
 
5 Rahul Bhagat
 
 
Answer
friends
 
4 Chetan
 
 
Answer
lovers love it........bcoz most of the time they handshakes
or touch each other
friends also love to shake hands so handshakes 
so finally handshakes
 
0 Ajju Banna
 
 
Answer
love is choosing right person in our life. 
frdship is without choosing right person coming in our life.
relationship starts with lover or frds but
life ends with right person in our life.
 
5 Mahathi
 
 
Answer
love
 
0 Nataraj
 
 
Answer
tenderness
 
0 Amit
 
 
Answer
ridiculous
 
0 Bd
 
 
Answer
goodhearts
 
5 Arafath
 
 
Answer
kindhearts
 
0 Abul Hasan
 
 
Answer
feelings
 
0 Ravi Teja.k
 
 
Answer
KIND HEARTS
 
0 Mc.rub (chetpet)
 
 
Answer
Answer is:

TIME
 
0 Oscar
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous
 
0 Seenu
 
 
Answer
SANDPLACES,

Lovers like to go Beach, Friends like to play, Relations 
can ask "do you have a any assets", finally our life ends 
in this.
 
0 Ramanan
 
 
Answer
bindhearts
 
0 Purushotam
 
 
Answer
chocolates
 
0 Narendar
 
 
Answer
chocolates
 
0 Raja
 
 
Answer
rendezvous
 
0 Narendar
 
 
Answer
RENDEZVOUS
 
0 Raja
 
 
Answer
You all fool it is Heart
 
0 Ashok Lohmod
 
 
Answer
Lover Loves it - Heartly feelings
Friends need it - real feeling
Relationship startwith it - kind understanding
Life ends with it - death/ Burriel  of feeling 

My Answer for the baove is

KIND HEARTS
 
0 A.xavier Rozario
 
 
Answer
KINDHEARTS
 
5 Ranjith
 
 
Answer
RENDEVOUZ
 
0 Artking
 
 
Answer
the word is like this

_ _ _ d _ a _ _ s

fill the blanks
 
0 Bhaskar
 
 
Answer
good tears
 
0 Tt.anitha
 
 
Answer
UNDERSTANDING
 
0 Md Azmath
 
 
Answer
friend ship need it.........
 
0 K.raman
 
 
Answer
Handshakes..
 
0 Maayaa
 
 
Answer
trust & value of relation
 
0 Nagaraj
 
 
Answer
sex
 
0 Bocachoda
 
 
Answer
love n affection
 
0 Jayashree
 
 
Answer
TRUST
 
0 Jeeva
 
 
Answer
every one says answers 
but no one think 
every one thinks first 3 only 
but life ends with wat ??
answers are mostly correct for first 3 
but wrong and not suitable for last one 
so life ends with 
may be bad habits 
or if our life is gud but if the ending time is bad then life  ends with sad
always think positive but just think about negative

of course my answer is not related to question  
but the person who is answering the question has to think about like above

                      thanq guys
 
0 Anvesh
 
 
Answer
affection
 
0 Sugunesh
 
 
Answer
rendeavous
 
0 Kanna
 
 
Answer
UNDERSTAND
 
0 Sms
 
 
Answer
in my point of view ,as my little knoledge...
  - - - t - s- it's a 7 letter word ,......
 
0 Sushanta Kumar Sahoo
 
 
Answer
GOOD
 
0 Hiren
 
 
Answer
Good hearts... 
lovers love hearts.. 
friends need good hearted friendship....
relationships start if u feel the other person has good heart...
good heart stops, life ends... cheers... ;)
 
0 Kaushik
 
 
Answer
I beleive its HEART, coz life ends with it only...
 
0 Deepak
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous is the correct Answer.
 
0 Gummadi
 
 
Answer
goodhearts
 
0 Aditya Mishra
 
 
Answer
Hope
 
0 Mani
 
 
Answer
its u n me in friendship
 
0 Victoria
 
 
Answer
hai
 
0 Karthik
 
 
Answer
purity in love
 
0 Vinay Kumar
 
 
Answer
soul and trust
 
0 Murugesan
 
 
Answer
peace and silense
 
0 Pramod Vits
 
 
Answer
kindhearts
 
0 Alexander
 
 
Answer
WAQT, IT IS TIME WHICH LOVERS LOVES, FRIENDS NEEDS,LIFE 
ENDS WITH,RELATIONSHIP STARTS WITH.
 
0 Ashok Lohmod
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous is the correct Answer.

goodhabits 
GoodHearts
Handshakes
kindhearts 
SANDPLACES
bindhearts
good tears
understand
 
0 Prabhu.kp
 
 
Answer
TRUST AND BACKGROUND SUPPORT
 
0 Lucky
 
 
Answer
handshakes
 
0 Amitabh Bachan
 
 
Answer
food grains
 
0 Sri
 
 
Answer
goodhearts
 
0 Srinivas
 
 
Answer
good habits
 
0 Abhilash
 
 
Answer
GOODHEARTS
 
0 Vinayan
 
 
Answer
heart...
 
0 T N Vishwanath
 
 
Answer
possessiveness
 
0 Hs
 
 
Answer
eyes,bcause Lovers love it...... Friends need it.... Relationship starts with it... Life ends with it........
 
0 Rahul
 
 
Answer
lovers love it - the r follows love in lovers
friends need it - there is an r in friends, without it they
would be fiends
relationship starts with it - the word relationship starts
with r
But "life" ends with the letter e. Life ends with death.
Also, "the letter r" does not fit the spelling part of the clue.

ans is Rendezvous
 
0 T.s.karthik
 
 
Answer
kindhearts
 
0 Dany
 
 
Answer
pyer (love),bewfai
 
0 Pritam
 
 
Answer
it's total 10 words i need this answer.can u say anyone?ths word is like this _h_ _e_a_ _s
 
0 Balu
 
 
Answer
RENDEZVOUS
 
0 Jithesh Kumar
 
 
Answer
badhabits
 
0 Goldy
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous...
 
0 Pavansatish
 
 
Answer
recognition
 
0 Aavii
 
 
Answer
time 
lovers love it "time" to spend 
friends need it "time" to have fun
relationship starts with it "time" by spending to build trust
life ends with it "time" ofcourse every one has there own
expire date

hope answered the question
 
0 Shareef
 
 
Answer
	
man
 
0 Guest
 
 
Answer
handshakes
 
0 Phani
 
 
Answer
LANDSCAPES
 
0 Akshat Verma
 
 
Answer
share feeling
 
0 Vinny
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous is a meeting between lovers, or the start of a relationship, or a meeting between friends. Death has been called a "rendezvous with destiny", or fate. 

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Lovers_love_it_Friends_need_it_Relationship_starts_with_it_Life_ends_with_it_What_is_it_-clue_d_a_z-#ixzz17t4j6OH5
 
0 Angnny
 
 
Answer
smile
 
0 Bharat
 
 
Answer
UNDERSTAND
 
0 Joseph. J
 
 
Answer
smile
 
0 Sowmya
 
 
Answer
kind hearts
 
0 Pradeep
 
 
Answer
trust
 
0 Sravan
 
 
Answer
Rendezvous
 
0 Divya
 
 
Answer
shakehands
 
0 Harry
 
 
Answer
relation
 
0 Devender
 
 
Answer
Heart
 
0 Sachin
 
 
Answer
Affection!
 
0 Chitra
 
 
Answer
Dream
 
0 Polina
 
 
Answer
Good Smile.....
 
0 Tlk
 
 
Answer
Handshakes
 
0 Ranjith
 
 
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256 Controls
 
0 Meganathan
 
 
Question   I want to do Certification course in QTP. For this I request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF format, as i'm not in a possition to afford any 'Fee' to join in any institutions. Hence, if possible, kinldy mail PDF file to my mail-ID: chakri_avala@yahoo.co.in Regards, Chakradhar Yadav. Rank Answer Posted By  
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I already sent to u..check ur mail...
 
4 Murali Raju
 
 
Answer
i want the same. plz send to kiranreddy.lingam@gmail.com
 
0 Kiran Kumar Reddy
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail -ID:sah_dee3@yahoo.co.in

Regards,
Deepa Yadav
 
0 Deepa
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail  my mail id is guptamansi83@gmail.com
 
0 Mansi
 
 
Answer
i want the same PDF. Plz send to simrankhanna86@gmail.com

Thanks
 
0 Simran
 
 
Answer
i want the same. plz send to shilupg@gmail.com
 
0 Shilu
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP 9.2 certification..can u 
please send it to my mail  my mail id is 
vickyovgp.r@gmail.com
 
0 Vignesh
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP 9.2 certification..can u 
please send it to my mail  my mail id is 
smalikbasha@gmail.com
 
0 Syed
 
 
Answer
I too wanna the details of this QTP 9.2 External 
Certification.If any one having those details kindly send 
me those info to this id ilayaraja.sundaram@cognizant.com.
Thanks in Advance
S.Ilayaraja
 
0 Ilayaraja
 
 
Answer
I want to do certification in QTp please anybody hepl me 
with the details and site to refer for further 
details.............if possible give me the material as 
well on my mail id neha.kakirde@yahoo.co.in. Please help 
me........Thanks
 
0 Neha
 
 
Answer
Hey pls also mail the same material to me as well at..

rummy_makker@yahoo.com

Thanks in advance!
 
0 Ramnik Makker
 
 
Answer
pls also mail the same material to me .
my mail address is 
nilnib@gmail.com
 
0 Nil
 
 
Answer
Hi, 
I also want the Tutorial in PDF format, Please send me at 
rajpal.sakshi8@gmail.com
 
0 Sakshi
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP 9.2 certification,please 
send me the material
my mail id is patilkiran3@gmail.com
 
0 Kiran
 
 
Answer
I want to do certification in QTp please anybody hepl me 
with the details and site to refer for further 
details.............if possible give me the material as 
well on my mail id rahul.kakkar@accenture.com. Please help 
me........Thanks
 
0 Rahul Kakkar
 
 
Answer
I also want the QTP materil in PDF. please send me to my 
mail id mallikakusuma@gmail.com. please some one send me 
the material.
 
0 Mallika
 
 
Answer
Hi, 
I also want the Tutorial in PDF format, Please send me at 
mahesh.engg@gmail.com
 
0 Mahesh
 
 
Answer
I want to do certification in QTp please anybody hepl me 
with the details and site to refer for further 
details. my mail id sivamani_g@yahoo.co.in . Please help 
me........Thanks
 
0 Sivamani
 
 
Answer
Even I want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail - Plz anybody send me ??
Thanks in Advance 
ID:

anan_2kus@yahoo.co.in and 
anand.akupathni@relianceada.com
09321706207
 
0 Anand
 
 
Answer
I also want the same material.Pls, send it on 
pallavi1404@rediffmail.com..

Thanks..
 
0 Pallavi
 
 
Answer
I want to do certification in QTP 8.2.Please send 
pdf/document files to showkath97@gmail.com
 
0 Showkath
 
 
Answer
Kindly..send anyone the qtp 9.2 certification material to 
namitha_qa@yahoo.co.in

Thanks in advance,
namitha
 
0 Namitha
 
 
Answer
Can you please send me also the PDF File. My mail id is 
rakesh3004@gmail.com
 
0 Rakesh
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail -ID:deepakmunjral@gmail.com

Regards,
Deepak munjral
 
0 Deepak
 
 
Answer
Hi All, 
        I want to do QTP certification, please send some 
informatic docuemnts to me.
 
0 Amit Tyagi
 
 
Answer
Hello,

I am very intrested to do Certification course in QTP. For 
this I request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF 
format.kindly mail PDF file to my mail-ID:chairavi@yahoo.com


Thanks in advance,
Chaya
 
0 Chaya
 
 
Answer
Mail it to me as well @ sumesh.111@gmail.com

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,
Sumesh S
 
0 Sumesh
 
 
Answer
It would be of greatly thankfull if someone can send QTP
Certificate material to me. Mail id id ahmedbasith@gmail.com
Thanks.
 
0 Basith
 
 
Answer
hai,me also want the same one.Please send the material to 
my mail.my mail id indrapriyadarsini.g@tcs.com
 
0 Indrapriyadarsini.g
 
 
Answer
Hello,

I am very intrested to do Certification course in QTP. For 
this I request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF 
format.kindly mail PDF file to my mail-
ID:kirtigampa@yahoo.com


Thanks in advance,
Kirti
 
0 Kirti
 
 
Answer
Can you plz guide me also in this issue. How can we get good
results from QTP 

mano.chilu@gmail.com 
Looking for your co-operation
I completed my CSTE Certification.

Thanks,
Manohar.Ch
 
0 Manohar.ch
 
 
Answer
I want to do Certification course in QTP. For this I 
request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF format, 
Hence, if possible, kinldy mail PDF file to my mail-ID: 
sunil28384@gmail.com
 
0 Sunil Kumar.s
 
 
Answer
I want to do Certification in QTP. For this I 
request to suggest any good Tutorial in PDF format, or list 
of reputed intitues where i can do this certification from!
Hence, if possible, kinldy mail PDF file to my mail-ID: 
sanju5626@gmail.com

Await Reply!
 
0 Sunil
 
 
Answer
I am planning to take up QTP certification 
Can anyone of you send me the related course material
at preetysahay@gmail.com

Thanks in advance.
 
0 Preety
 
 
Answer
Hi,

 Even i am plannig to take this cerification. Plz send me 
the material to my id : shwetha.shivprasad@gmail.com
and also let me know waht is the passing marks?
 
0 Shwetha
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail  my mail id is rdhiremath@gmail.com
 
0 Rajesh
 
 
Answer
Hi,

I cleared QTP certification last week... It was easy... u 
have to study QTP 9.2 user guide n tutorial... If u learn 
basics of qtp... u can cear it... all the best
 
0 Shwetha
 
 
Answer
Please Please Please... sombody send me all teh required 
documents/Guides to my mail id in order to clear HP QTP 
Porfessional. I want to take the exam in couple of weeks... 
please somebody help.
My email id is : amol.pachkawade@gmail.com
Thanks a ton in advance

-Amol
 
0 Amol Pachkawade
 
 
Answer
I also Want to do certification Please Send me the Tutorial.

virgo.gaurav@rediffmail.com

Thanks in advance
 
0 Gaurav
 
 
Answer
I also need the material.Please send to my email id-
abitalks@rediffmail.com
 
0 Abitalks
 
 
Answer
hi 
can you please send me to my mail id?

badsha1979@yahoo.com

thanks in advance
 
0 John
 
 
Answer
I also want the QTP materil in PDF. please send me to my 
mail id vikas41@gmail.com. please some one send me 
the material.
 
0 Vikas
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can u please 
send me the details along with a good material for 
preparing for that exam.
 
0 Sirisha
 
 
Answer
Hey Raju,

Can you please provide me the tutorial for the QTP on my 
email id   mr.ashish.mehta@gmail.com

Thanks,
Ashish
 
0 Ashish
 
 
Answer
I want to do Certification course in QTP. For this I 
request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF format, as 
i'm not in a possition to afford any 'Fee' to join in any 
institutions.
Hence, if possible, kinldy mail PDF file to my mail-ID: 
rajeevs.zone@yahoo.co.in
 
0 Rajeev
 
 
Answer
Hi, i am als planning to do QTP9.2 certification. But i 
dont know how to proceed, what material i have to follow, 
exam patterns, centres etc. Please mail me the details and 
material to suneetha.nekkanti@gmail.com
 
0 Suneetha
 
 
Answer
Hi  Murali Raju .....Could you please send me too?
mjubayeer@yahoo.com.

Thanks in advance
 
0 Noor
 
 
Answer
I want to do Certification course in QTP. For this I 
request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF format.
Hence, if possible, kindly mail PDF file to my mail-ID: 
bindu2910@yahoo.com

Thanks.
 
0 Bindu
 
 
Answer
I want to do Certification course in QTP. For this I 
request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF format, as 
i'm not in a possition to afford any 'Fee' to join in any 
institutions.
send QTP,CSTP dumps also
Hence, if possible, kinldy mail PDF file to my mail-ID:
    mikelinbose24@gmail.com
 
0 Mikelin
 
 
Answer
Hi,
I do want to give QTP certification. Can any one of you 
please help me with the details and material for the 
certification. you can send me the details to 
naazeeyaa@yahoo.co.in

Thanks for the help in advance.

Regards,
Nazeeya.
 
0 Nazia
 
 
Answer
i want the details of qtp certification where to write and
send the details to my mail id  talk2sasikumar@gmail.com
thanks
 
0 Sasi
 
 
Answer
i also want that file..
plz send it my mail 
juluripraveen@hotmail.com
               thanks..
 
0 Praveen
 
 
Answer
I want to take QTP certification. But i don't have money to
do course for that. Plse send me the PDF file to my mail id:
resmigopan04@yahoo.com

Regards
Resmi
 
0 Resmi
 
 
Answer
Hi, 
I am also intrested the Tutorial and Certification PDF doc, 
Please send me at 

namratabasole@rediffmail.com
 
0 Namratab
 
 
Answer
I am  interested in doing qtp certification 9.2 please send 
me the tutorials and pdf files for which i will be thankful 
to you.Please send to showkath97@gmail.com
 
0 Showkath
 
 
Answer
could you please mail me this file also?

Appreciate your help on this.

- LOTR.
 
0 Lotr
 
 
Answer
could you please mail me this file also? @ -
pradeep.dharmavarapu@gmail.com
Appreciate your help on this.

- LOTR.
 
0 Lotr
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification along with the 
material.can u please send it to my mail -ID 
swathi_k24@yahoo.co.in
 
0 Swathi
 
 
Answer
Hi, 
I also want the Tutorial in PDF format, Please send me at 
muralitesting3@gmail.com
 
0 Muralireddy
 
 
Answer
HI this is kalyana chakravarthy. I need same. Please any 
body send me the pdf format file.
my id mskalyan.smile@gmail.com
 
0 Kalyana Chakravarthy
 
 
Answer
I also the tutorial in PDF format for the preparation of my 
QTP certification course please send me in 
antarachoudhury@gmail.com
 
0 Antara
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can any one 
please
send it to my mail 

Anilqa@gmail.com
 
0 Anilvasanthi
 
 
Answer
Hi, 
I also want the Tutorial in PDF format, Please send me at 
mahesh.engg@gmail.com
 
0 Mahesh
 
 
Answer
I would be very happy if any one can forward the meterial 
to me. Please consider my request and forward it to me. 
My mail Id: nandachiru@gmail.com. 

Thanks in advance. 
Chidananda Reddy
 
0 Chidananda Reddy
 
 
Answer
Could anyone pls. send me the QTP Cerification details and 
Tutorial to the following mail id:
narenderreddy83@yahoo.com
 
0 Narender Reddy Meda
 
 
Answer
I am also preparing for QTP Certification but not having 
any QTP material for preparation except available with QTP 
Help menu. Please mail me also PDF file on my email id: 
Harshasatelkar@gmail.com
 
0 Harsha
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail -ID: simplydev007@gmail.com

Regards,
Dev Soni
 
0 Dev
 
 
Answer
could you please mail the pdf to my mail id 
catchmeda@yahoo.com
Thanks

Raj
 
0 Raj
 
 
Answer
Can someone send me the material in PDF format to my mail 
ID?
My Mail ID:nitupreethi@gmail.com
 
0 Nithiya Ashok
 
 
Answer
Hi even i want to do QTP certification.. can anybody help 
me in this...
Can u guys send me the material to my ID plz...

sachin.koppar@gmail.com

Thanks a lot in advance!!!!!
 
0 Sachin
 
 
Answer
Can you pls send the QTP document for me also.. Am also 
planning to do the certification... My mail id : 
gangadevi_83@rediffmail.com
 
0 Ganga
 
 
Answer
Hi iam aslo interested in QTP certifications please sent me 
the PDF to sarada231@yahoo.co.in

thanks
sarada
 
0 Sarada
 
 
Answer
Can you please provide me the tutorial for the QTP on my 
email id  poojanms@gmail.com

thanks
 
0 Poojan
 
 
Answer
Hi,  I am planning to appear for QTP and QC exams. Can
anybody provide me the details about the certification
charges. Also the material which i can refer.

please email on er.pallavikapoor@gmail.com
 
0 Pallavi
 
 
Answer
I also want to do certification in QTp please anybody hepl 
me . Send me the study material at deepali18.net@gmail.com

Thanks,
Deepali.
 
0 Deepali
 
 
Answer
mujhe bhi koi alim24@gmail.com me bhej do
 
0 Alim
 
 
Answer
I want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail id mausumip@gmail.com. Plz anybody send 
me ??
 
0 Mac
 
 
Answer
Even I want the details of QTP certification..can u please
send it to my mail - honna.shetty@gmail.com
 
0 Veeresh
 
 
Answer
I also wnat the same material , please send me to this mail
g.jaipalreddy@cybermateinfotek.com ,jaipalreddy77@gmail.com
 
0 Jaipalreddy
 
 
Answer
Can anyone email the certification too please. I wanna take
certification in QTP. My email Id is preetibreddy@gmail.com
 
0 Preeti
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP certification.9.2can u please
send it to my mail -ID:ch_manoj85@yahoo.co.in
 
0 Manoj
 
 
Answer
It would be of great help if someone can send the material
to me.

My Mail Id is - sumit.gg@gmail.com
Thanks in advance.
 
0 Sumit Gupta
 
 
Answer
I want to do Certification course in QTP. For this I 
request you to suggest the best Tutorial in PDF format
Plase mail it to pratap.rajan@gmail.com
 
0 Pratap
 
 
Answer
I also want the details of QTP 9.2 certification..can u 
please send it to my mail  my mail id is ramubapatu@gmail.com
 
0 Ramu
 
 
Answer
It would be very greatful if anyone can mail me the QTP 
certification material in PDF format...my id is 
k_v_madhu@yahoo.com...

Thanks in Advance
Madhavi.
 
0 Madhavi
 
 
Answer
plz send me material regrading QTP certification

my mail id is anita.gomber@gmail.com
 
0 Anu
 
 
Answer
i also want the same please send me at

rjtlog@gmail.com

thanks
 
0 Raj
 
 
Answer
Hi,

I am interested in doing QTP certification. Can someone 
please send me the material on monik_tan@hotmail.com.. It 
would be great help to me.

Thanks,
Monika
 
0 Monika
 
 
Answer
Hello Guyz...

I too need the qtp tutorials...plzzz help...u can mail it on
pramodpawar3@yahoo.com
 
0 Pramod
 
 
Answer
I want to do certification in QTP.Please can any body send 
pdf/document files to urspreetham@gmail.com
 
0 Preetham
 
 
Answer
Hello,

Kindly request you to send me details of QTP 10 
Certification.
Please provide me with the course material and also how to 
prepare for it.
It will be grateful if you could provide me with the dumps 
as well.

Anticipating a positive and early response.

Thanks and Regards,
Iti Mittal
 
0 Iti Mittal
 
 
Answer
Please do mail me the Tutorial for QTP Certification.
anem_rekha@rediffmail.com
 
0 Anem
 
 
Answer
Plz send me the same PDF material to 

adityaranjan.patra@gmail.com
 
0 Aditya Ranjan
 
 
Answer
Plz send me the PDF as well. it would be great help.My email id is moni.bhati@gmail.com
 
0 Monika Bhati
 
 
Question   what is the current salary package in India for a PHP & MySQL programmer who has 3 years experience Rank Answer Posted By  
 Interview Question Submitted By :: Pk
I also faced this Question!!   © ALL Interview .com
Answer
above 45000...per month.
 
3 Vikram Rana
 
 
Answer
hey man its far more than that ..........
around 70,000
 
2 Ab
 
 
Answer
Arre bhaiya hum toh 22k le rahe hai 2+ yrs exp.
hume bhi batao kaha 75K aur 45K mil raha hai.
 
2 Php Developer
 
 
Answer
Arre bhaiya hum toh 20k le rahe hai 1+ yrs exp.
hume bhi batao kaha 75K aur 45K mil raha hai.
 
1 Abhijeet
 
 
Answer
Arre bhaiya hum toh 14k he le rahe hai 2+ yrs exp.
hume bhi batao kaha 75K aur 45K mil raha hai.
 
0 Sachin
 
 
Answer
It doesnt only depends upon the experience, but ur skills 
also matters if u r tooo gud to handle the problems & u 
have full knowledge of subject,,,,, 50-75 kya hai yaar..... 
3+ years exp. ko 40-50 to mil he jaegi on an avg....
 
5 Deep
 
 
Answer
It's Depend Upon company
 
4 Amit Mca
 
 
Answer
It depends upon company and your skill sets.
 
4 Mayuri
 
 
Answer
It's depends upon company,location and your skills
 
0 Ranajan
 
 
Answer
yaar mujhe to 1+ yrs exp pe 38K in hand mil rahe hain, aap
log kis company me kaam karte ho..
 
3 Mink$
 
 
Answer
It's  depend company and your skill
 
1 Ramavtar Rajput
 
 
Answer
Depends uplon company and programers skill
 
5 Nitya
 
 
Answer
struggling at 25+where to find it out
 
0 Ramjaney
 
 
Answer
Hello, 

Let me know the company name with 38k salary...

I am also struggling @ 15 with 2 year of exp.
 
0 Vandy
 
 
Answer
u can earn 30-40k per month after 3+ exp if u have gud 
knowledge. but m fresher
 
0 Ravinder
 
 
Answer
kya kya log bekar ki baate kiya karte hai ye sab galat hai
php me itna salary kahan milti hai.............

jo kuch nahi kar pata wahi php programmer banta hai.........
 
0 Ankit
 
 
Answer
Nahi yar PHP valon ki req abhi sabse zyada hai.
PHP programmer can earn more than a .NET Programmer.
I have 1.6 year experience in PHP and I am getting 25000 Rs
p.m. in PUNE.
 
0 Irshad
 
 
Answer
Guys leave MySQL and PHP .. come to Oracle DB ... i am
getting  72k with 2.4yrs experiance... afterall it is Number
one !!
 
0 Rishte Mein Hum Tumhare Baap L
 
 
Answer
hi dude.....  In which company u r getting 72k for 2.4 yrs?
 Plz let me know... Im also in oralce DB....
getting 40k for 3 years
 
0 Goo
 
 
Answer
There are urgent requirements of PHP in a CMM level 3 
company for Pune branch.
If any one is interested then pls fw your resume to 
shadabahmad84@gmail.com
Here you can get a good salary comparatively to other 
companies. 
Note: 1+ exp in PHP is must.
 
4 Irshad
 
 
Answer
mnc company pay good salary around 40k-50k
 
0 Rajesh
 
 
Answer
Are Mere Bhaiyo Bas Mujhe 20k  Upar chahiye kahi ho to batao
, mujhe Bhi 2 Years Exp. hai PHP pe
 
0 Shoheb Khan
 
 
Answer
Are yaar,
PHP To baccho ka khel hai
jatana milata hai utane main santush ho ja o
 
3 Php
 
 
Answer
The people who are telling bad about PHP can you tell me
what you can do in your language that we can not do in php....
I do respect all languages... as every language has its own
sweetness... I know .net and JAVA too.... Worked onm .net
and Java projects........ I know the difference betewwn these

What we can do in JAVA and .net we can do that in PHP too in
less time and in best manner ...... there are plenty of 3rd
party tolls also to develope php faster ............

Ids there any 3rd party support for .net or JAVA or otheres
?        

less than PHP .........


if you think in security purpose it depends on the developer
how he manages to put security in his application...... I
can break the code of a 1+ .net programmer security .....


and in the point of view of a client around 60% clients are
moving towards PHP as in PHP they can get the result quickly
and in less price .......

so php is going to grab the market soon..........

lats check within a tear


thanks
abinash 3.5+ in PHP
 
5 Abinash Grahacharya
 
 
Answer
Very Well Said Abinash.
Language is just a way, logic is the main part, so better
develop them

i too worked on .net and java, and most on php.
I am impressed with the ease it provides, esp, with certain
javascript libraries like extjs, and many more things..

doono why ppl feel superior, working with .net and java,
they didnt develop those languages, also its just your
concepts, and your logics, which matter.

Did we explore php enough, to say a word about it.

We must respect a good work.

my total exp 1.5, i get 25K, and am happy to do a good work.
 
0 Richa
 
 
Answer
Very Well Abinash Grahacharya.
But,If PHP is better than JAVA or .net , why PHP's ppl get
less payment?

and Richa,
which company given 25k for 1.5 years exp for PHP?
so, 
 
PHP To baccho ka khel hai
jatana milata hai utane main santush ho ja o
 
0 Php
 
 
Answer
Dear friend i got your answer.
PHP bacho ka khel hi he..... jaha tum PHP se khel kar use
sikh sakte ho..... Iska m,atlab you know php..

Do you know the coding in PHP 5, OOPS concept coding in PHP 5.
AJAX implementation in PHP. DRUPAL, JOOMLA, TYPO3 in PHP.

Do you know pear in PHP, Console programming in PHP, ZEND
framework in PHP, Smarty in PHP

I know very well that you do not know these and have the
confidence that you did not ever heard about these too... :)

don't think php is just like 

echo "your name in the webpage". this is the work of the
child like you in PHP

It has a big world of coding and concept. PHP me jaoge to
Dundte rahejaoge..  :)

yes it is true PHP is simple to learn on the first phase but
if you go to depth then you can know the charm of this....

Again i want to tell you i do respect all language but i
dont like if some body tells that it is bacho ka khel...

YOu are now in a small village of PHP and thinking it is
whole  about PHP , try to move around the PHP world then you
can find it is not a bacho ka akhel.....

:) I hope you catch my point...... sorry if i hurt you....
but this is all about

Thanks
Abinash :)   try to respect all language... :)
 
0 Abiansh Grahacharya
 
 
Answer
yes friend one more point i forgot to tell you ....

where you are thinking that php developer getting less payments


I hope you didn't get the point of Richa........ Salary
depends on the experience that you have and Experience
does't depend on how many years you are in a company , it
depends on how much work you did in this time...... your
logic,,, quality coding,,,, leadership ,,,,,,,, all are the
factors of your salary ........ 

So don't mind brother/Sister if in future you are going to
ask someone his/her salary don't judge that based on the
platform he is working....... judge his/her talent of works,
quality of works.....

One more information you can't believe today too obol
programmer getting 55k in india.

Please visit this link

http://phpimpact.wordpress.com/2007/04/06/average-salary-for-php-developers/

Thanks
abinash
 
0 Abiansh Grahacharya
 
 
Answer
Why are we wasting time replying someone who does not know
ABCD of php? Big companies are also hiring people on php.

People used to look down upon php I agree, they used to
think there is no future in PHP, but dear open your eyes,
days are changing.

Right now there are more Big projects in Php then good hands
to code and manage. I have 8+ years of Industry experience.
Worked in ASP, .NET, Java and on Oracle too.

I know people getting much less salary in some Big Orgs.
working in Java and .NET than the PHP people in the same
company with same experience. If someone wants to varify
please check with Patni, CTS, Yahoo and Google.
 
0 Diptanjan
 
 
Answer
to make this conversation simple and some kids can get
understand what these means.........


---------------



 Function Reference


I. .NET
dotnet_load — Loads a DOTNET module



II. Apache

apache_child_terminate — Terminate apache process after this
request
apache_get_modules — Get a list of loaded Apache modules
apache_get_version — Fetch Apache version
apache_getenv — Get an Apache subprocess_env variable
apache_lookup_uri — Perform a partial request for the
specified URI and return all info about it
apache_note — Get and set apache request notes
apache_request_headers — Fetch all HTTP request headers
apache_reset_timeout — Reset the Apache write timer
apache_response_headers — Fetch all HTTP response headers
apache_setenv — Set an Apache subprocess_env variable
ascii2ebcdic — Translate string from ASCII to EBCDIC
ebcdic2ascii — Translate string from EBCDIC to ASCII
getallheaders — Fetch all HTTP request headers
virtual — Perform an Apache sub-request



III. APC

apc_add — Cache a variable in the data store (only if it's
not stored) 
apc_cache_info — Retrieves cached information (and
meta-data) from APC's data store 
apc_clear_cache — Clears the APC cache 
apc_compile_file — Stores a file in the bytecode cache,
bypassing all filters. 
apc_define_constants — Defines a set of constants for
retrieval and mass-definition 
apc_delete — Removes a stored variable from the cache 
apc_fetch — Fetch a stored variable from the cache 
apc_load_constants — Loads a set of constants from the cache 
apc_sma_info — Retrieves APC's Shared Memory Allocation
information 
apc_store — Cache a variable in the data store 



IV. APD

apd_breakpoint — Stops the interpreter and waits on a CR
from the socket
apd_callstack — Returns the current call stack as an array
apd_clunk — Throw a warning and a callstack
apd_continue — Restarts the interpreter
apd_croak — Throw an error, a callstack and then exit
apd_dump_function_table — Outputs the current function table
apd_dump_persistent_resources — Return all persistent
resources as an array
apd_dump_regular_resources — Return all current regular
resources as an array
apd_echo — Echo to the debugging socket
apd_get_active_symbols — Get an array of the current
variables names in the local scope
apd_set_pprof_trace — Starts the session debugging
apd_set_session_trace — Starts the session debugging
apd_set_session — Changes or sets the current debugging level
apd_set_socket_session_trace — Starts the remote session
debugging
override_function — Overrides built-in functions
rename_function — Renames orig_name to new_name in the
global function table



V. Arrays

array_change_key_case — Changes all keys in an array
array_chunk — Split an array into chunks
array_combine — Creates an array by using one array for keys
and another for its values
array_count_values — Counts all the values of an array
array_diff_assoc — Computes the difference of arrays with
additional index check
array_diff_key — Computes the difference of arrays using
keys for comparison
array_diff_uassoc — Computes the difference of arrays with
additional index check which is performed by a user supplied
callback function
array_diff_ukey — Computes the difference of arrays using a
callback function on the keys for comparison
array_diff — Computes the difference of arrays
array_fill_keys — Fill an array with values, specifying keys
array_fill — Fill an array with values
array_filter — Filters elements of an array using a callback
function
array_flip — Exchanges all keys with their associated values
in an array
array_intersect_assoc — Computes the intersection of arrays
with additional index check
array_intersect_key — Computes the intersection of arrays
using keys for comparison
array_intersect_uassoc — Computes the intersection of arrays
with additional index check, compares indexes by a callback
function
array_intersect_ukey — Computes the intersection of arrays
using a callback function on the keys for comparison
array_intersect — Computes the intersection of arrays
array_key_exists — Checks if the given key or index exists
in the array
array_keys — Return all the keys of an array
array_map — Applies the callback to the elements of the
given arrays
array_merge_recursive — Merge two or more arrays recursively
array_merge — Merge one or more arrays
array_multisort — Sort multiple or multi-dimensional arrays
array_pad — Pad array to the specified length with a value
array_pop — Pop the element off the end of array
array_product — Calculate the product of values in an array
array_push — Push one or more elements onto the end of array
array_rand — Pick one or more random entries out of an array
array_reduce — Iteratively reduce the array to a single
value using a callback function
array_reverse — Return an array with elements in reverse order
array_search — Searches the array for a given value and
returns the corresponding key if successful
array_shift — Shift an element off the beginning of array
array_slice — Extract a slice of the array
array_splice — Remove a portion of the array and replace it
with something else
array_sum — Calculate the sum of values in an array
array_udiff_assoc — Computes the difference of arrays with
additional index check, compares data by a callback function
array_udiff_uassoc — Computes the difference of arrays with
additional index check, compares data and indexes by a
callback function
array_udiff — Computes the difference of arrays by using a
callback function for data comparison
array_uintersect_assoc — Computes the intersection of arrays
with additional index check, compares data by a callback
function
array_uintersect_uassoc — Computes the intersection of
arrays with additional index check, compares data and
indexes by a callback functions
array_uintersect — Computes the intersection of arrays,
compares data by a callback function
array_unique — Removes duplicate values from an array
array_unshift — Prepend one or more elements to the
beginning of an array
array_values — Return all the values of an array
array_walk_recursive — Apply a user function recursively to
every member of an array
array_walk — Apply a user function to every member of an array
array — Create an array
arsort — Sort an array in reverse order and maintain index
association
asort — Sort an array and maintain index association
compact — Create array containing variables and their values
count — Count elements in an array, or properties in an object
current — Return the current element in an array
each — Return the current key and value pair from an array
and advance the array cursor
end — Set the internal pointer of an array to its last element
extract — Import variables into the current symbol table
from an array
in_array — Checks if a value exists in an array
key — Fetch a key from an associative array
krsort — Sort an array by key in reverse order
ksort — Sort an array by key
list — Assign variables as if they were an array
natcasesort — Sort an array using a case insensitive
"natural order" algorithm
natsort — Sort an array using a "natural order" algorithm
next — Advance the internal array pointer of an array
pos — Alias of current()
prev — Rewind the internal array pointer
range — Create an array containing a range of elements
reset — Set the internal pointer of an array to its first
element
rsort — Sort an array in reverse order
shuffle — Shuffle an array
sizeof — Alias of count()
sort — Sort an array
uasort — Sort an array with a user-defined comparison
function and maintain index association
uksort — Sort an array by keys using a user-defined
comparison function
usort — Sort an array by values using a user-defined
comparison function



VI. Aspell

aspell_check_raw — Check a word without changing its case or
trying to trim it [deprecated] 
aspell_check — Check a word [deprecated]
aspell_new — Load a new dictionary [deprecated]
aspell_suggest — Suggest spellings of a word [deprecated]



VII. BBCode

bbcode_add_element — Adds a bbcode element
bbcode_add_smiley — Adds a smiley to the parser
bbcode_create — Create a BBCode Resource
bbcode_destroy — Close BBCode_container resource
bbcode_parse — Parse a string following a given rule set
bbcode_set_arg_parser — Attach another parser in order to
use another rule set for argument parsing
bbcode_set_flags — Set or alter parser options



VIII. BC math

bcadd — Add two arbitrary precision numbers
bccomp — Compare two arbitrary precision numbers
bcdiv — Divide two arbitrary precision numbers
bcmod — Get modulus of an arbitrary precision number
bcmul — Multiply two arbitrary precision number
bcpow — Raise an arbitrary precision number to another
bcpowmod — Raise an arbitrary precision number to another,
reduced by a specified modulus
bcscale — Set default scale parameter for all bc math functions
bcsqrt — Get the square root of an arbitrary precision number
bcsub — Subtract one arbitrary precision number from another



IX. bcompiler

bcompiler_load_exe — Reads and creates classes from a
bcompiler exe file
bcompiler_load — Reads and creates classes from a bz
compressed file
bcompiler_parse_class — Reads the bytecodes of a class and
calls back to a user function
bcompiler_read — Reads and creates classes from a filehandle
bcompiler_write_class — Writes an defined class as bytecodes
bcompiler_write_constant — Writes a defined constant as
bytecodes
bcompiler_write_exe_footer — Writes the start pos, and sig
to the end of a exe type file
bcompiler_write_file — Writes a php source file as bytecodes
bcompiler_write_footer — Writes the single character \x00 to
indicate End of compiled data
bcompiler_write_function — Writes an defined function as
bytecodes
bcompiler_write_functions_from_file — Writes all functions
defined in a file as bytecodes
bcompiler_write_header — Writes the bcompiler header
bcompiler_write_included_filename — Writes an included file
as bytecodes



X. Bzip2

bzclose — Close a bzip2 file
bzcompress — Compress a string into bzip2 encoded data
bzdecompress — Decompresses bzip2 encoded data
bzerrno — Returns a bzip2 error number
bzerror — Returns the bzip2 error number and error string in
an array 
bzerrstr — Returns a bzip2 error string
bzflush — Force a write of all buffered data
bzopen — Opens a bzip2 compressed file
bzread — Binary safe bzip2 file read
bzwrite — Binary safe bzip2 file write



XI. Calendar

cal_days_in_month — Return the number of days in a month for
a given year and calendar
cal_from_jd — Converts from Julian Day Count to a supported
calendar
cal_info — Returns information about a particular calendar
cal_to_jd — Converts from a supported calendar to Julian Day
Count
easter_date — Get Unix timestamp for midnight on Easter of a
given year
easter_days — Get number of days after March 21 on which
Easter falls for a given year
FrenchToJD — Converts a date from the French Republican
Calendar to a Julian Day Count
GregorianToJD — Converts a Gregorian date to Julian Day Count
JDDayOfWeek — Returns the day of the week
JDMonthName — Returns a month name
JDToFrench — Converts a Julian Day Count to the French
Republican Calendar
JDToGregorian — Converts Julian Day Count to Gregorian date
jdtojewish — Converts a Julian day count to a Jewish
calendar date
JDToJulian — Converts a Julian Day Count to a Julian
Calendar Date
jdtounix — Convert Julian Day to Unix timestamp
JewishToJD — Converts a date in the Jewish Calendar to
Julian Day Count
JulianToJD — Converts a Julian Calendar date to Julian Day Count
unixtojd — Convert Unix timestamp to Julian Day



XII. CCVS

ccvs_add — Add data to a transaction
ccvs_auth — Perform credit authorization test on a transaction
ccvs_command — Performs a command which is peculiar to a
single protocol, and thus is not available in the general
CCVS API 
ccvs_count — Find out how many transactions of a given type
are stored in the system 
ccvs_delete — Delete a transaction
ccvs_done — Terminate CCVS engine and do cleanup work
ccvs_init — Initialize CCVS for use
ccvs_lookup — Look up an item of a particular type in the
database # 
ccvs_new — Create a new, blank transaction
ccvs_report — Return the status of the background
communication process
ccvs_return — Transfer funds from the merchant to the credit
card holder 
ccvs_reverse — Perform a full reversal on an
already-processed authorization 
ccvs_sale — Transfer funds from the credit card holder to
the merchant 
ccvs_status — Check the status of an invoice
ccvs_textvalue — Get text return value for previous function
call
ccvs_void — Perform a full reversal on a completed transaction 



XIII. Classes/Objects

call_user_method_array — Call a user method given with an
array of parameters [deprecated]
call_user_method — Call a user method on an specific object
[deprecated]
class_exists — Checks if the class has been defined
get_class_methods — Gets the class methods' names
get_class_vars — Get the default properties of the class
get_class — Returns the name of the class of an object
get_declared_classes — Returns an array with the name of the
defined classes
get_declared_interfaces — Returns an array of all declared
interfaces
get_object_vars — Gets the properties of the given object
get_parent_class — Retrieves the parent class name for
object or class
interface_exists — Checks if the interface has been defined
is_a — Checks if the object is of this class or has this
class as one of its parents
is_subclass_of — Checks if the object has this class as one
of its parents
method_exists — Checks if the class method exists
property_exists — Checks if the object or class has a property 



XIV. Classkit

classkit_import — Import new class method definitions from a
file
classkit_method_add — Dynamically adds a new method to a
given class
classkit_method_copy — Copies a method from class to another
classkit_method_redefine — Dynamically changes the code of
the given method
classkit_method_remove — Dynamically removes the given method
classkit_method_rename — Dynamically changes the name of the
given method



XV. ClibPDF

cpdf_add_annotation — Adds annotation
cpdf_add_outline — Adds bookmark for current page
cpdf_arc — Draws an arc
cpdf_begin_text — Starts text section
cpdf_circle — Draw a circle
cpdf_clip — Clips to current path
cpdf_close — Closes the pdf document
cpdf_closepath_fill_stroke — Close, fill and stroke current path
cpdf_closepath_stroke — Close path and draw line along path
cpdf_closepath — Close path
cpdf_continue_text — Output text in next line
cpdf_curveto — Draws a curve
cpdf_end_text — Ends text section
cpdf_fill_stroke — Fill and stroke current path
cpdf_fill — Fill current path
cpdf_finalize_page — Ends page
cpdf_finalize — Ends document
cpdf_global_set_document_limits — Sets document limits for
any pdf document
cpdf_import_jpeg — Opens a JPEG image
cpdf_lineto — Draws a line
cpdf_moveto — Sets current point
cpdf_newpath — Starts a new path
cpdf_open — Opens a new pdf document
cpdf_output_buffer — Outputs the pdf document in memory buffer
cpdf_page_init — Starts new page
cpdf_place_inline_image — Places an image on the page
cpdf_rect — Draw a rectangle
cpdf_restore — Restores formerly saved environment
cpdf_rlineto — Draws a line
cpdf_rmoveto — Sets current point
cpdf_rotate_text — Sets text rotation angle
cpdf_rotate — Sets rotation
cpdf_save_to_file — Writes the pdf document into a file
cpdf_save — Saves current environment
cpdf_scale — Sets scaling
cpdf_set_action_url — Sets hyperlink
cpdf_set_char_spacing — Sets character spacing
cpdf_set_creator — Sets the creator field in the pdf document
cpdf_set_current_page — Sets current page
cpdf_set_font_directories — Sets directories to search when
using external fonts
cpdf_set_font_map_file — Sets fontname to filename
translation map when using external fonts
cpdf_set_font — Select the current font face and size
cpdf_set_horiz_scaling — Sets horizontal scaling of text
cpdf_set_keywords — Sets the keywords field of the pdf document
cpdf_set_leading — Sets distance between text lines
cpdf_set_page_animation — Sets duration between pages
cpdf_set_subject — Sets the subject field of the pdf document
cpdf_set_text_matrix — Sets the text matrix
cpdf_set_text_pos — Sets text position
cpdf_set_text_rendering — Determines how text is rendered
cpdf_set_text_rise — Sets the text rise
cpdf_set_title — Sets the title field of the pdf document
cpdf_set_viewer_preferences — How to show the document in
the viewer
cpdf_set_word_spacing — Sets spacing between words
cpdf_setdash — Sets dash pattern
cpdf_setflat — Sets flatness
cpdf_setgray_fill — Sets filling color to gray value
cpdf_setgray_stroke — Sets drawing color to gray value
cpdf_setgray — Sets drawing and filling color to gray value
cpdf_setlinecap — Sets linecap parameter
cpdf_setlinejoin — Sets linejoin parameter
cpdf_setlinewidth — Sets line width
cpdf_setmiterlimit — Sets miter limit
cpdf_setrgbcolor_fill — Sets filling color to rgb color value
cpdf_setrgbcolor_stroke — Sets drawing color to rgb color value
cpdf_setrgbcolor — Sets drawing and filling color to rgb
color value
cpdf_show_xy — Output text at position
cpdf_show — Output text at current position
cpdf_stringwidth — Returns width of text in current font
cpdf_stroke — Draw line along path
cpdf_text — Output text with parameters
cpdf_translate — Sets origin of coordinate system



XVI. COM

COM — COM class
DOTNET — DOTNET class
VARIANT — VARIANT class
com_addref — Increases the components reference counter
[deprecated] 
com_create_guid — Generate a globally unique identifier (GUID) 
com_event_sink — Connect events from a COM object to a PHP
object 
com_get_active_object — Returns a handle to an already
running instance of a COM object 
com_get — Gets the value of a COM Component's property
[deprecated] 
com_invoke — Calls a COM component's method [deprecated] 
com_isenum — Indicates if a COM object has an IEnumVariant
interface for iteration [deprecated]
com_load_typelib — Loads a Typelib
com_load — Creates a new reference to a COM component
[deprecated] 
com_message_pump — Process COM messages, sleeping for up to
timeoutms milliseconds 
com_print_typeinfo — Print out a PHP class definition for a
dispatchable interface 
com_propget — Alias of com_get()
com_propput — Alias of com_set()
com_propset — Alias of com_set()
com_release — Decreases the components reference counter
[deprecated] 
com_set — Assigns a value to a COM component's property 
variant_abs — Returns the absolute value of a variant 
variant_add — "Adds" two variant values together and returns
the result 
variant_and — performs a bitwise AND operation between two
variants and returns the result 
variant_cast — Convert a variant into a new variant object
of another type 
variant_cat — concatenates two variant values together and
returns the result 
variant_cmp — Compares two variants 
variant_date_from_timestamp — Returns a variant date
representation of a Unix timestamp 
variant_date_to_timestamp — Converts a variant date/time
value to Unix timestamp 
variant_div — Returns the result from dividing two variants 
variant_eqv — Performs a bitwise equivalence on two variants 
variant_fix — Returns the integer portion ? of a variant 
variant_get_type — Returns the type of a variant object
variant_idiv — Converts variants to integers and then
returns the result from dividing them 
variant_imp — Performs a bitwise implication on two variants 
variant_int — Returns the integer portion of a variant 
variant_mod — Divides two variants and returns only the
remainder 
variant_mul — multiplies the values of the two variants and
returns the result 
variant_neg — Performs logical negation on a variant 
variant_not — Performs bitwise not negation on a variant 
variant_or — Performs a logical disjunction on two variants 
variant_pow — Returns the result of performing the power
function with two variants 
variant_round — Rounds a variant to the specified number of
decimal places 
variant_set_type — Convert a variant into another type
"in-place" 
variant_set — Assigns a new value for a variant object 
variant_sub — subtracts the value of the right variant from
the left variant value and returns the result 
variant_xor — Performs a logical exclusion on two variants 



XVII. Crack

crack_check — Performs an obscure check with the given password
crack_closedict — Closes an open CrackLib dictionary 
crack_getlastmessage — Returns the message from the last
obscure check
crack_opendict — Opens a new CrackLib dictionary



XVIII. ctype

ctype_alnum — Check for alphanumeric character(s)
ctype_alpha — Check for alphabetic character(s)
ctype_cntrl — Check for control character(s)
ctype_digit — Check for numeric character(s)
ctype_graph — Check for any printable character(s) except space
ctype_lower — Check for lowercase character(s)
ctype_print — Check for printable character(s)
ctype_punct — Check for any printable character which is not
whitespace or an alphanumeric character 
ctype_space — Check for whitespace character(s)
ctype_upper — Check for uppercase character(s)
ctype_xdigit — Check for character(s) representing a
hexadecimal digit 



XIX. CURL

Constants — Curl Predefined Constants
curl_close — Close a cURL session
curl_copy_handle — Copy a cURL handle along with all of its
preferences
curl_errno — Return the last error number
curl_error — Return a string containing the last error for
the current session
curl_exec — Perform a cURL session
curl_getinfo — Get information regarding a specific transfer
curl_init — Initialize a cURL session
curl_multi_add_handle — Add a normal cURL handle to a cURL
multi handle
curl_multi_close — Close a set of cURL handles
curl_multi_exec — Run the sub-connections of the current
cURL handle
curl_multi_getcontent — Return the content of a cURL handle
if CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER is set
curl_multi_info_read — Get information about the current
transfers
curl_multi_init — Returns a new cURL multi handle
curl_multi_remove_handle — Remove a multi handle from a set
of cURL handles
curl_multi_select — Get all the sockets associated with the
cURL extension, which can then be "selected"
curl_setopt_array — Set multiple options for a cURL transfer
curl_setopt — Set an option for a cURL transfer
curl_version — Gets cURL version information



XX. Cybercash

cybercash_base64_decode — base64 decode data for Cybercash
cybercash_base64_encode — base64 encode data for Cybercash
cybercash_decr — Cybercash decrypt
cybercash_encr — Cybercash encrypt



XXI. CyberMUT

cybermut_creerformulairecm — Generate HTML form of request
for payment
cybermut_creerreponsecm — Generate the delivery's
acknowledgement of the payment's confirmation
cybermut_testmac — Make sure that there was no data diddling
contained in the received message of confirmation



XXII. Cyrus IMAP

cyrus_authenticate — Authenticate against a Cyrus IMAP server
cyrus_bind — Bind callbacks to a Cyrus IMAP connection
cyrus_close — Close connection to a Cyrus IMAP server
cyrus_connect — Connect to a Cyrus IMAP server
cyrus_query — Send a query to a Cyrus IMAP server
cyrus_unbind — Unbind ...



XXIII. Date/Time

checkdate — Validate a Gregorian date
date_create — Returns new DateTime object
date_date_set — Sets the date
date_default_timezone_get — Gets the default timezone used
by all date/time functions in a script 
date_default_timezone_set — Sets the default timezone used
by all date/time functions in a script 
date_format — Returns date formatted according to given format
date_isodate_set — Sets the ISO date
date_modify — Alters the timestamp
date_offset_get — Returns the daylight saving time offset
date_parse — Returns associative array with detailed info
about given date
date_sun_info — Returns an array with information about
sunset/sunrise and twilight begin/end
date_sunrise — Returns time of sunrise for a given day and
location
date_sunset — Returns time of sunset for a given day and
location 
date_time_set — Sets the time
date_timezone_get — Return time zone relative to given DateTime
date_timezone_set — Sets the time zone for the DateTime object
date — Format a local time/date
getdate — Get date/time information
gettimeofday — Get current time
gmdate — Format a GMT/UTC date/time
gmmktime — Get Unix timestamp for a GMT date
gmstrftime — Format a GMT/UTC time/date according to locale
settings
idate — Format a local time/date as integer
localtime — Get the local time
microtime — Return current Unix timestamp with microseconds
mktime — Get Unix timestamp for a date
strftime — Format a local time/date according to locale settings
strptime — Parse a time/date generated with strftime() 
strtotime — Parse about any English textual datetime
description into a Unix timestamp
time — Return current Unix timestamp
timezone_abbreviations_list — Returns associative array
containing dst, offset and the timezone name
timezone_identifiers_list — Returns numerically index array
with all timezone identifiers
timezone_name_from_abbr — Returns the timezone name from
abbrevation
timezone_name_get — Returns the name of the timezone
timezone_offset_get — Returns the timezone offset from GMT
timezone_open — Returns new DateTimeZone object
timezone_transitions_get — Returns all transitions for the
timezone



XXIV. DB++

dbplus_add — Add a tuple to a relation
dbplus_aql — Perform AQL query
dbplus_chdir — Get/Set database virtual current directory
dbplus_close — Close a relation
dbplus_curr — Get current tuple from relation
dbplus_errcode — Get error string for given errorcode or
last error
dbplus_errno — Get error code for last operation
dbplus_find — Set a constraint on a relation
dbplus_first — Get first tuple from relation
dbplus_flush — Flush all changes made on a relation
dbplus_freealllocks — Free all locks held by this client
dbplus_freelock — Release write lock on tuple
dbplus_freerlocks — Free all tuple locks on given relation
dbplus_getlock — Get a write lock on a tuple
dbplus_getunique — Get an id number unique to a relation
dbplus_info — Get information about a relation
dbplus_last — Get last tuple from relation
dbplus_lockrel — Request write lock on relation
dbplus_next — Get next tuple from relation
dbplus_open — Open relation file
dbplus_prev — Get previous tuple from relation
dbplus_rchperm — Change relation permissions
dbplus_rcreate — Creates a new DB++ relation
dbplus_rcrtexact — Creates an exact but empty copy of a
relation including indices
dbplus_rcrtlike — Creates an empty copy of a relation with
default indices
dbplus_resolve — Resolve host information for relation
dbplus_restorepos — Restore position
dbplus_rkeys — Specify new primary key for a relation
dbplus_ropen — Open relation file local
dbplus_rquery — Perform local (raw) AQL query
dbplus_rrename — Rename a relation
dbplus_rsecindex — Create a new secondary index for a relation
dbplus_runlink — Remove relation from filesystem
dbplus_rzap — Remove all tuples from relation
dbplus_savepos — Save position
dbplus_setindex — Set index
dbplus_setindexbynumber — Set index by number
dbplus_sql — Perform SQL query
dbplus_tcl — Execute TCL code on server side
dbplus_tremove — Remove tuple and return new current tuple
dbplus_undo — Undo
dbplus_undoprepare — Prepare undo
dbplus_unlockrel — Give up write lock on relation
dbplus_unselect — Remove a constraint from relation
dbplus_update — Update specified tuple in relation
dbplus_xlockrel — Request exclusive lock on relation
dbplus_xunlockrel — Free exclusive lock on relation




XXV. dba

dba_close — Close a DBA database
dba_delete — Delete DBA entry specified by key
dba_exists — Check whether key exists
dba_fetch — Fetch data specified by key
dba_firstkey — Fetch first key
dba_handlers — List all the handlers available
dba_insert — Insert entry
dba_key_split — Splits a key in string representation into
array representation 
dba_list — List all open database files
dba_nextkey — Fetch next key
dba_open — Open database
dba_optimize — Optimize database
dba_popen — Open database persistently
dba_replace — Replace or insert entry
dba_sync — Synchronize database



XXVI. dBase

dbase_add_record — Adds a record to a database
dbase_close — Closes a database
dbase_create — Creates a database
dbase_delete_record — Deletes a record from a database
dbase_get_header_info — Gets the header info of a database
dbase_get_record_with_names — Gets a record from a database
as an associative array 
dbase_get_record — Gets a record from a database as an
indexed array 
dbase_numfields — Gets the number of fields of a database
dbase_numrecords — Gets the number of records in a database
dbase_open — Opens a database
dbase_pack — Packs a database
dbase_replace_record — Replaces a record in a database



XXVII. DBM

dblist — Describes the DBM-compatible library being used
dbmclose — Closes a dbm database
dbmdelete — Deletes the value for a key from a DBM database
dbmexists — Tells if a value exists for a key in a DBM database
dbmfetch — Fetches a value for a key from a DBM database
dbmfirstkey — Retrieves the first key from a DBM database
dbminsert — Inserts a value for a key in a DBM database
dbmnextkey
dbmopen — Opens a DBM database
dbmreplace — Replaces the value for a key in a DBM database



XXVIII. dbx

dbx_close — Close an open connection/database
dbx_compare — Compare two rows for sorting purposes
dbx_connect — Open a connection/database
dbx_error — Report the error message of the latest function
call in the module 
dbx_escape_string — Escape a string so it can safely be used
in an sql-statement 
dbx_fetch_row — Fetches rows from a query-result that had
the DBX_RESULT_UNBUFFERED flag set
dbx_query — Send a query and fetch all results (if any)
dbx_sort — Sort a result from a dbx_query by a custom sort
function 



XXIX. Direct IO

dio_close — Closes the file descriptor given by fd
dio_fcntl — Performs a c library fcntl on fd
dio_open — Opens a new filename with specified permissions
of flags and creation permissions of mode 
dio_read — Reads bytes from a file descriptor
dio_seek — Seeks to pos on fd from whence
dio_stat — Gets stat information about the file descriptor fd 
dio_tcsetattr — Sets terminal attributes and baud rate for a
serial port 
dio_truncate — Truncates file descriptor fd to offset bytes 
dio_write — Writes data to fd with optional truncation at
length 



XXX. Directories

chdir — Change directory
chroot — Change the root directory
dir — Return an instance of the Directory class
closedir — Close directory handle
getcwd — Gets the current working directory
opendir — Open directory handle
readdir — Read entry from directory handle
rewinddir — Rewind directory handle
scandir — List files and directories inside the specified path



XXXI. DOM

DOMAttr->__construct() — Creates a new DOMAttr object 
DOMAttr->isId() — Checks if attribute is a defined ID 
DOMCharacterData->appendData() — Append the string to the
end of the character data of the node 
DOMCharacterData->deleteData() — Remove a range of
characters from the node 
DOMCharacterData->insertData() — Insert a string at the
specified 16-bit unit offset 
DOMCharacterData->replaceData() — Replace a substring within
the DOMCharacterData node 
DOMCharacterData->substringData() — Extracts a range of data
from the node 
DOMComment->__construct() — Creates a new DOMComment object 
DOMDocument->__construct() — Creates a new DOMDocument object 
DOMDocument->createAttribute() — Create new attribute
DOMDocument->createAttributeNS() — Create new attribute node
with an associated namespace 
DOMDocument->createCDATASection() — Create new cdata node
DOMDocument->createComment() — Create new comment node
DOMDocument->createDocumentFragment() — Create new document
fragment
DOMDocument->createElement() — Create new element node
DOMDocument->createElementNS() — Create new element node
with an associated namespace 
DOMDocument->createEntityReference() — Create new entity
reference node
DOMDocument->createProcessingInstruction() — Creates new PI node
DOMDocument->createTextNode() — Create new text node
DOMDocument->getElementById() — Searches for an element with
a certain id
DOMDocument->getElementsByTagName() — Searches for all
elements with given tag name
DOMDocument->getElementsByTagNameNS() — Searches for all
elements with given tag name in specified namespace 
DOMDocument->importNode() — Import node into current document
DOMDocument->load() — Load XML from a file 
DOMDocument->loadHTML() — Load HTML from a string 
DOMDocument->loadHTMLFile() — Load HTML from a file 
DOMDocument->loadXML() — Load XML from a string 
DOMDocument->normalizeDocument() — Normalizes the document
DOMDocument->registerNodeClass() — Register extended class
used to create base node type
DOMDocument->relaxNGValidate() — Performs relaxNG validation
on the document 
DOMDocument->relaxNGValidateSource() — Performs relaxNG
validation on the document 
DOMDocument->save() — Dumps the internal XML tree back into
a file 
DOMDocument->saveHTML() — Dumps the internal document into a
string using HTML formatting 
DOMDocument->saveHTMLFile() — Dumps the internal document
into a file using HTML formatting 
DOMDocument->saveXML() — Dumps the internal XML tree back
into a string 
DOMDocument->schemaValidate() — Validates a document based
on a schema 
DOMDocument->schemaValidateSource() — Validates a document
based on a schema 
DOMDocument->validate() — Validates the document based on
its DTD 
DOMDocument->xinclude() — Substitutes XIncludes in a
DOMDocument Object 
DOMDocumentFragment->appendXML() — Append raw XML data
DOMElement->__construct() — Creates a new DOMElement object 
DOMElement->getAttribute() — Returns value of attribute
DOMElement->getAttributeNode() — Returns attribute node
DOMElement->getAttributeNodeNS() — Returns attribute node 
DOMElement->getAttributeNS() — Returns value of attribute
DOMElement->getElementsByTagName() — Gets elements by tagname
DOMElement->getElementsByTagNameNS() — Get elements by
namespaceURI and localName
DOMElement->hasAttribute() — Checks to see if attribute exists
DOMElement->hasAttributeNS() — Checks to see if attribute
exists 
DOMElement->removeAttribute() — Removes attribute
DOMElement->removeAttributeNode() — Removes attribute
DOMElement->removeAttributeNS() — Removes attribute
DOMElement->setAttribute() — Adds new attribute
DOMElement->setAttributeNode() — Adds new attribute node to
element
DOMElement->setAttributeNodeNS() — Adds new attribute node
to element
DOMElement->setAttributeNS() — Adds new attribute
DOMElement->setIdAttribute() — Declares the attribute
specified by name to be of type ID
DOMElement->setIdAttributeNode() — Declares the attribute
specified by node to be of type ID
DOMElement->setIdAttributeNS() — Declares the attribute
specified by local name and namespace URI to be of type ID
DOMEntityReference->__construct() — Creates a new
DOMEntityReference object 
DOMImplementation->__construct() — Creates a new
DOMImplementation object 
DOMImplementation->createDocument() — Creates a DOMDocument
object of the specified type with its document element 
DOMImplementation->createDocumentType() — Creates an empty
DOMDocumentType object 
DOMImplementation->hasFeature() — Test if the DOM
implementation implements a specific feature 
DOMNamedNodeMap->getNamedItem() — Retrieves a node specified
by name 
DOMNamedNodeMap->getNamedItemNS() — Retrieves a node
specified by local name and namespace URI 
DOMNamedNodeMap->item() — Retrieves a node specified by index
DOMNode->appendChild() — Adds new child at the end of the
children 
DOMNode->cloneNode() — Clones a node 
DOMNode->hasAttributes() — Checks if node has attributes 
DOMNode->hasChildNodes() — Checks if node has children 
DOMNode->insertBefore() — Adds a new child before a
reference node 
DOMNode->isDefaultNamespace() — Checks if the specified
namespaceURI is the default namespace or not
DOMNode->isSameNode() — Indicates if two nodes are the same
node 
DOMNode->isSupported() — Checks if feature is supported for
specified version 
DOMNode->lookupNamespaceURI() — Gets the namespace URI of
the node based on the prefix 
DOMNode->lookupPrefix() — Gets the namespace prefix of the
node based on the namespace URI 
DOMNode->normalize() — Normalizes the node 
DOMNode->removeChild() — Removes child from list of children 
DOMNode->replaceChild() — Replaces a child 
DOMNodelist->item() — Retrieves a node specified by index 
DOMProcessingInstruction->__construct() — Creates a new
DOMProcessingInstruction object 
DOMText->__construct() — Creates a new DOMText object 
DOMText->isWhitespaceInElementContent() — Indicates whether
this text node contains whitespace 
DOMText->splitText() — Breaks this node into two nodes at
the specified offset 
DOMXPath->__construct() — Creates a new DOMXPath object 
DOMXPath->evaluate() — Evaluates the given XPath expression
and returns a typed result if possible. 
DOMXPath->query() — Evaluates the given XPath expression 
DOMXPath->registerNamespace() — Registers the namespace with
the DOMXPath object 
dom_import_simplexml — Gets a DOMElement object from a
SimpleXMLElement object 



XXXII. DOM XML

DomAttribute->name — Returns the name of attribute 
DomAttribute->set_value — Sets the value of an attribute 
DomAttribute->specified — Checks if attribute is specified 
DomAttribute->value — Returns value of attribute 
DomDocument->add_root — Adds a root node [deprecated] 
DomDocument->create_attribute — Create new attribute
DomDocument->create_cdata_section — Create new cdata node
DomDocument->create_comment — Create new comment node
DomDocument->create_element_ns — Create new element node
with an associated namespace 
DomDocument->create_element — Create new element node
DomDocument->create_entity_reference — Create an entity
reference 
DomDocument->create_processing_instruction — Creates new PI node
DomDocument->create_text_node — Create new text node
DomDocument->doctype — Returns the document type 
DomDocument->document_element — Returns root element node 
DomDocument->dump_file — Dumps the internal XML tree back
into a file 
DomDocument->dump_mem — Dumps the internal XML tree back
into a string 
DomDocument->get_element_by_id — Searches for an element
with a certain id 
DomDocument->get_elements_by_tagname — Returns array with
nodes with given tagname in document or empty array, if not
found 
DomDocument->html_dump_mem — Dumps the internal XML tree
back into a string as HTML 
DomDocument->xinclude — Substitutes XIncludes in a
DomDocument Object 
DomDocumentType->entities() — Returns list of entities 
DomDocumentType->internal_subset() — Returns internal subset 
DomDocumentType->name() — Returns name of document type 
DomDocumentType->notations() — Returns list of notations 
DomDocumentType->public_id() — Returns public id of document
type 
DomDocumentType->system_id() — Returns the system id of
document type 
DomElement->get_attribute_node() — Returns the node of the
given attribute 
DomElement->get_attribute() — Returns the value of the given
attribute 
DomElement->get_elements_by_tagname() — Gets elements by
tagname 
DomElement->has_attribute() — Checks to see if an attribute
exists in the current node 
DomElement->remove_attribute() — Removes attribute 
DomElement->set_attribute_node() — Adds new attribute 
DomElement->set_attribute() — Sets the value of an attribute 
DomElement->tagname() — Returns the name of the current element 
DomNode->add_namespace — Adds a namespace declaration to a node 
DomNode->append_child — Adds a new child at the end of the
children 
DomNode->append_sibling — Adds new sibling to a node 
DomNode->attributes — Returns list of attributes 
DomNode->child_nodes — Returns children of node 
DomNode->clone_node — Clones a node 
DomNode->dump_node — Dumps a single node 
DomNode->first_child — Returns first child of node 
DomNode->get_content — Gets content of node 
DomNode->has_attributes — Checks if node has attributes 
DomNode->has_child_nodes — Checks if node has children 
DomNode->insert_before — Inserts new node as child 
DomNode->is_blank_node — Checks if node is blank 
DomNode->last_child — Returns last child of node 
DomNode->next_sibling — Returns the next sibling of node 
DomNode->node_name — Returns name of node 
DomNode->node_type — Returns type of node 
DomNode->node_value — Returns value of a node 
DomNode->owner_document — Returns the document this node
belongs to 
DomNode->parent_node — Returns the parent of the node 
DomNode->prefix — Returns name space prefix of node 
DomNode->previous_sibling — Returns the previous sibling of
node 
DomNode->remove_child — Removes child from list of children 
DomNode->replace_child — Replaces a child 
DomNode->replace_node — Replaces node 
DomNode->set_content — Sets content of node 
DomNode->set_name — Sets name of node 
DomNode->set_namespace — Sets namespace of a node 
DomNode->unlink_node — Deletes node 
DomProcessingInstruction->data — Returns the data of
ProcessingInstruction node 
DomProcessingInstruction->target — Returns the target of a
ProcessingInstruction node 
DomXsltStylesheet->process() — Applies the
XSLT-Transformation on a DomDocument Object 
DomXsltStylesheet->result_dump_file() — Dumps the result
from a XSLT-Transformation into a file 
DomXsltStylesheet->result_dump_mem() — Dumps the result from
a XSLT-Transformation back into a string 
domxml_new_doc — Creates new empty XML document 
domxml_open_file — Creates a DOM object from an XML file
domxml_open_mem — Creates a DOM object of an XML document
domxml_version — Gets the XML library version 
domxml_xmltree — Creates a tree of PHP objects from an XML
document 
domxml_xslt_stylesheet_doc — Creates a DomXsltStylesheet
Object from a DomDocument Object 
domxml_xslt_stylesheet_file — Creates a DomXsltStylesheet
Object from an XSL document in a file 
domxml_xslt_stylesheet — Creates a DomXsltStylesheet object
from an XSL document in a string 
domxml_xslt_version — Gets the XSLT library version 
xpath_eval_expression — Evaluates the XPath Location Path in
the given string 
xpath_eval — Evaluates the XPath Location Path in the given
string 
xpath_new_context — Creates new xpath context 
xpath_register_ns_auto — Register the given namespace in the
passed XPath context 
xpath_register_ns — Register the given namespace in the
passed XPath context 
xptr_eval — Evaluate the XPtr Location Path in the given string 
xptr_new_context — Create new XPath Context 



XXXIII. enchant

enchant_broker_describe — Enumerates the Enchant providers
enchant_broker_dict_exists — Whether a dictionary exists or
not. Using non-empty tag
enchant_broker_free_dict — Free a dictionary resource
enchant_broker_free — Free the broker resource and its
dictionnaries
enchant_broker_get_error — Returns the last error of the broker
enchant_broker_init — create a new broker object capable of
requesting
enchant_broker_list_dicts — Returns a list of available
dictionaries
enchant_broker_request_dict — create a new dictionary using
a tag
enchant_broker_request_pwl_dict — creates a dictionary using
a PWL file. A PWL file is personal word file one word per line.
enchant_broker_set_ordering — Declares a preference of
dictionaries to use for the language
enchant_dict_add_to_personal — add a word to personal word list
enchant_dict_add_to_session — add 'word' to this
spell-checking session
enchant_dict_check — Check whether a word is correctly
spelled or not.
enchant_dict_describe — Describes an individual dictionary
enchant_dict_get_error — Returns the last error of the
current spelling-session
enchant_dict_is_in_session — whether or not 'word' exists in
this spelling-session
enchant_dict_quick_check — Check the word is correctly
spelled and provide suggestions
enchant_dict_store_replacement — add a correction for a word.
enchant_dict_suggest — Will return a list of values if any
of those pre-conditions are not met.



XXXIV. Errors and Logging

debug_backtrace — Generates a backtrace
debug_print_backtrace — Prints a backtrace 
error_get_last — Get the last occurred error
error_log — Send an error message somewhere
error_reporting — Sets which PHP errors are reported
restore_error_handler — Restores the previous error handler
function
restore_exception_handler — Restores the previously defined
exception handler function 
set_error_handler — Sets a user-defined error handler function
set_exception_handler — Sets a user-defined exception
handler function 
trigger_error — Generates a user-level error/warning/notice
message
user_error — Alias of trigger_error()



XXXV. Exif

exif_imagetype — Determine the type of an image
exif_read_data — Reads the EXIF headers from JPEG or TIFF
exif_tagname — Get the header name for an index
exif_thumbnail — Retrieve the embedded thumbnail of a TIFF
or JPEG image
read_exif_data — Alias of exif_read_data()



XXXVI. Expect

expect_expectl — Waits until the output from a process
matches one of the patterns, a specified time period has
passed, or an EOF is seen 
expect_popen — Execute command via Bourne shell, and open
the PTY stream to the process



XXXVII. fam

fam_cancel_monitor — Terminate monitoring
fam_close — Close FAM connection
fam_monitor_collection — Monitor a collection of files in a
directory for changes
fam_monitor_directory — Monitor a directory for changes
fam_monitor_file — Monitor a regular file for changes
fam_next_event — Get next pending FAM event
fam_open — Open connection to FAM daemon
fam_pending — Check for pending FAM events
fam_resume_monitor — Resume suspended monitoring
fam_suspend_monitor — Temporarily suspend monitoring



XXXVIII. FDF

fdf_add_doc_javascript — Adds javascript code to the FDF
document
fdf_add_template — Adds a template into the FDF document
fdf_close — Close an FDF document
fdf_create — Create a new FDF document
fdf_enum_values — Call a user defined function for each
document value 
fdf_errno — Return error code for last fdf operation
fdf_error — Return error description for FDF error code
fdf_get_ap — Get the appearance of a field
fdf_get_attachment — Extracts uploaded file embedded in the FDF
fdf_get_encoding — Get the value of the /Encoding key
fdf_get_file — Get the value of the /F key
fdf_get_flags — Gets the flags of a field
fdf_get_opt — Gets a value from the opt array of a field
fdf_get_status — Get the value of the /STATUS key
fdf_get_value — Get the value of a field
fdf_get_version — Gets version number for FDF API or file 
fdf_header — Sets FDF-specific output headers
fdf_next_field_name — Get the next field name
fdf_open_string — Read a FDF document from a string
fdf_open — Open a FDF document
fdf_remove_item — Sets target frame for form
fdf_save_string — Returns the FDF document as a string
fdf_save — Save a FDF document
fdf_set_ap — Set the appearance of a field
fdf_set_encoding — Sets FDF character encoding
fdf_set_file — Set PDF document to display FDF data in
fdf_set_flags — Sets a flag of a field
fdf_set_javascript_action — Sets an javascript action of a field
fdf_set_on_import_javascript — Adds javascript code to be
executed when Acrobat opens the FDF
fdf_set_opt — Sets an option of a field
fdf_set_status — Set the value of the /STATUS key
fdf_set_submit_form_action — Sets a submit form action of a
field
fdf_set_target_frame — Set target frame for form display
fdf_set_value — Set the value of a field
fdf_set_version — Sets version number for a FDF file 



XXXIX. Fileinfo

finfo_buffer — Return information about a string buffer
finfo_close — Close fileinfo resource
finfo_file — Return information about a file
finfo_open — Create a new fileinfo resource
finfo_set_flags — Set libmagic configuration options



XL. filePro

filepro_fieldcount — Find out how many fields are in a
filePro database
filepro_fieldname — Gets the name of a field
filepro_fieldtype — Gets the type of a field
filepro_fieldwidth — Gets the width of a field
filepro_retrieve — Retrieves data from a filePro database
filepro_rowcount — Find out how many rows are in a filePro
database
filepro — Read and verify the map file



XLI. Filesystem

basename — Returns filename component of path
chgrp — Changes file group
chmod — Changes file mode
chown — Changes file owner
clearstatcache — Clears file status cache
copy — Copies file
delete — See unlink() or unset()
dirname — Returns directory name component of path
disk_free_space — Returns available space in directory
disk_total_space — Returns the total size of a directory
diskfreespace — Alias of disk_free_space()
fclose — Closes an open file pointer
feof — Tests for end-of-file on a file pointer
fflush — Flushes the output to a file
fgetc — Gets character from file pointer
fgetcsv — Gets line from file pointer and parse for CSV fields
fgets — Gets line from file pointer
fgetss — Gets line from file pointer and strip HTML tags
file_exists — Checks whether a file or directory exists
file_get_contents — Reads entire file into a string
file_put_contents — Write a string to a file
file — Reads entire file into an array
fileatime — Gets last access time of file
filectime — Gets inode change time of file
filegroup — Gets file group
fileinode — Gets file inode
filemtime — Gets file modification time
fileowner — Gets file owner
fileperms — Gets file permissions
filesize — Gets file size
filetype — Gets file type
flock — Portable advisory file locking
fnmatch — Match filename against a pattern
fopen — Opens file or URL
fpassthru — Output all remaining data on a file pointer
fputcsv — Format line as CSV and write to file pointer
fputs — Alias of fwrite()
fread — Binary-safe file read
fscanf — Parses input from a file according to a format
fseek — Seeks on a file pointer
fstat — Gets information about a file using an open file pointer
ftell — Tells file pointer read/write position
ftruncate — Truncates a file to a given length
fwrite — Binary-safe file write
glob — Find pathnames matching a pattern
is_dir — Tells whether the filename is a directory
is_executable — Tells whether the filename is executable
is_file — Tells whether the filename is a regular file
is_link — Tells whether the filename is a symbolic link
is_readable — Tells whether the filename is readable
is_uploaded_file — Tells whether the file was uploaded via
HTTP POST
is_writable — Tells whether the filename is writable
is_writeable — Alias of is_writable()
lchgrp — Changes group ownership of symlink
lchown — Changes user ownership of symlink
link — Create a hard link
linkinfo — Gets information about a link
lstat — Gives information about a file or symbolic link
mkdir — Makes directory
move_uploaded_file — Moves an uploaded file to a new location
parse_ini_file — Parse a configuration file
pathinfo — Returns information about a file path
pclose — Closes process file pointer
popen — Opens process file pointer
readfile — Outputs a file
readlink — Returns the target of a symbolic link
realpath — Returns canonicalized absolute pathname
rename — Renames a file or directory
rewind — Rewind the position of a file pointer
rmdir — Removes directory
set_file_buffer — Alias of stream_set_write_buffer()
stat — Gives information about a file
symlink — Creates a symbolic link
tempnam — Create file with unique file name
tmpfile — Creates a temporary file
touch — Sets access and modification time of file
umask — Changes the current umask
unlink — Deletes a file



XLII. Filter

filter_has_var — Checks if variable of specified type exists
filter_id — Returns the filter ID belonging to a named filter
filter_input_array — Gets multiple variables from outside
PHP and optionally filters them
filter_input — Gets variable from outside PHP and optionally
filters it
filter_list — Returns a list of all supported filters
filter_var_array — Gets multiple variables and optionally
filters them
filter_var — Filters a variable with a specified filter



XLIII. Firebird/InterBase

ibase_add_user — Add a user to a security database (only for
IB6 or later)
ibase_affected_rows — Return the number of rows that were
affected by the previous query
ibase_backup — Initiates a backup task in the service
manager and returns immediately
ibase_blob_add — Add data into a newly created blob
ibase_blob_cancel — Cancel creating blob
ibase_blob_close — Close blob
ibase_blob_create — Create a new blob for adding data
ibase_blob_echo — Output blob contents to browser
ibase_blob_get — Get len bytes data from open blob
ibase_blob_import — Create blob, copy file in it, and close it
ibase_blob_info — Return blob length and other useful info
ibase_blob_open — Open blob for retrieving data parts
ibase_close — Close a connection to an InterBase database
ibase_commit_ret — Commit a transaction without closing it
ibase_commit — Commit a transaction
ibase_connect — Open a connection to an InterBase database
ibase_db_info — Request statistics about a database
ibase_delete_user — Delete a user from a security database
(only for IB6 or later)
ibase_drop_db — Drops a database
ibase_errcode — Return an error code
ibase_errmsg — Return error messages
ibase_execute — Execute a previously prepared query
ibase_fetch_assoc — Fetch a result row from a query as an
associative array
ibase_fetch_object — Get an object from a InterBase database
ibase_fetch_row — Fetch a row from an InterBase database
ibase_field_info — Get information about a field
ibase_free_event_handler — Cancels a registered event handler
ibase_free_query — Free memory allocated by a prepared query
ibase_free_result — Free a result set
ibase_gen_id — Increments the named generator and returns
its new value
ibase_maintain_db — Execute a maintenance command on the
database server
ibase_modify_user — Modify a user to a security database
(only for IB6 or later)
ibase_name_result — Assigns a name to a result set
ibase_num_fields — Get the number of fields in a result set
ibase_num_params — Return the number of parameters in a
prepared query
ibase_param_info — Return information about a parameter in a
prepared query
ibase_pconnect — Open a persistent connection to an
InterBase database
ibase_prepare — Prepare a query for later binding of
parameter placeholders and execution
ibase_query — Execute a query on an InterBase database
ibase_restore — Initiates a restore task in the service
manager and returns immediately
ibase_rollback_ret — Roll back a transaction without closing it
ibase_rollback — Roll back a transaction
ibase_server_info — Request information about a database server
ibase_service_attach — Connect to the service manager
ibase_service_detach — Disconnect from the service manager
ibase_set_event_handler — Register a callback function to be
called when events are posted
ibase_timefmt — Sets the format of timestamp, date and time
type columns returned from queries
ibase_trans — Begin a transaction
ibase_wait_event — Wait for an event to be posted by the
database



XLIV. Firebird/Interbase (PDO)

PDO_FIREBIRD DSN — Connecting to Firebird and Interbase
databases



XLV. FriBiDi

fribidi_log2vis — Convert a logical string to a visual one



XLVI. FrontBase

fbsql_affected_rows — Get number of affected rows in
previous FrontBase operation
fbsql_autocommit — Enable or disable autocommit
fbsql_blob_size — Get the size of a BLOB
fbsql_change_user — Change logged in user of the active
connection
fbsql_clob_size — Get the size of a CLOB
fbsql_close — Close FrontBase connection
fbsql_commit — Commits a transaction to the database
fbsql_connect — Open a connection to a FrontBase Server
fbsql_create_blob — Create a BLOB
fbsql_create_clob — Create a CLOB
fbsql_create_db — Create a FrontBase database
fbsql_data_seek — Move internal result pointer
fbsql_database_password — Sets or retrieves the password for
a FrontBase database
fbsql_database — Get or set the database name used with a
connection
fbsql_db_query — Send a FrontBase query
fbsql_db_status — Get the status for a given database
fbsql_drop_db — Drop (delete) a FrontBase database
fbsql_errno — Returns the error number from previous operation
fbsql_error — Returns the error message from previous operation
fbsql_fetch_array — Fetch a result row as an associative
array, a numeric array, or both
fbsql_fetch_assoc — Fetch a result row as an associative array
fbsql_fetch_field — Get column information from a result and
return as an object
fbsql_fetch_lengths — Get the length of each output in a result
fbsql_fetch_object — Fetch a result row as an object
fbsql_fetch_row — Get a result row as an enumerated array
fbsql_field_flags — Get the flags associated with the
specified field in a result
fbsql_field_len — Returns the length of the specified field
fbsql_field_name — Get the name of the specified field in a
result
fbsql_field_seek — Set result pointer to a specified field
offset
fbsql_field_table — Get name of the table the specified
field is in
fbsql_field_type — Get the type of the specified field in a
result
fbsql_free_result — Free result memory
fbsql_get_autostart_info
fbsql_hostname — Get or set the host name used with a connection
fbsql_insert_id — Get the id generated from the previous
INSERT operation
fbsql_list_dbs — List databases available on a FrontBase server
fbsql_list_fields — List FrontBase result fields
fbsql_list_tables — List tables in a FrontBase database
fbsql_next_result — Move the internal result pointer to the
next result
fbsql_num_fields — Get number of fields in result
fbsql_num_rows — Get number of rows in result
fbsql_password — Get or set the user password used with a
connection
fbsql_pconnect — Open a persistent connection to a FrontBase
Server
fbsql_query — Send a FrontBase query
fbsql_read_blob — Read a BLOB from the database
fbsql_read_clob — Read a CLOB from the database
fbsql_result — Get result data
fbsql_rollback — Rollback a transaction to the database
fbsql_rows_fetched — Get the number of rows affected by the
last statement
fbsql_select_db — Select a FrontBase database
fbsql_set_characterset — Change input/output character set
fbsql_set_lob_mode — Set the LOB retrieve mode for a
FrontBase result set
fbsql_set_password — Change the password for a given user
fbsql_set_transaction — Set the transaction locking and
isolation
fbsql_start_db — Start a database on local or remote server
fbsql_stop_db — Stop a database on local or remote server
fbsql_table_name — Get table name of field
fbsql_tablename — Alias of of fbsql_table_name()
fbsql_username — Get or set the username for the connection
fbsql_warnings — Enable or disable FrontBase warnings



XLVII. FTP

ftp_alloc — Allocates space for a file to be uploaded
ftp_cdup — Changes to the parent directory
ftp_chdir — Changes the current directory on a FTP server
ftp_chmod — Set permissions on a file via FTP
ftp_close — Closes an FTP connection
ftp_connect — Opens an FTP connection
ftp_delete — Deletes a file on the FTP server
ftp_exec — Requests execution of a command on the FTP server
ftp_fget — Downloads a file from the FTP server and saves to
an open file
ftp_fput — Uploads from an open file to the FTP server
ftp_get_option — Retrieves various runtime behaviours of the
current FTP stream
ftp_get — Downloads a file from the FTP server
ftp_login — Logs in to an FTP connection
ftp_mdtm — Returns the last modified time of the given file
ftp_mkdir — Creates a directory
ftp_nb_continue — Continues retrieving/sending a file
(non-blocking)
ftp_nb_fget — Retrieves a file from the FTP server and
writes it to an open file (non-blocking)
ftp_nb_fput — Stores a file from an open file to the FTP
server (non-blocking)
ftp_nb_get — Retrieves a file from the FTP server and writes
it to a local file (non-blocking)
ftp_nb_put — Stores a file on the FTP server (non-blocking)
ftp_nlist — Returns a list of files in the given directory
ftp_pasv — Turns passive mode on or off
ftp_put — Uploads a file to the FTP server
ftp_pwd — Returns the current directory name
ftp_quit — Alias of ftp_close()
ftp_raw — Sends an arbitrary command to an FTP server
ftp_rawlist — Returns a detailed list of files in the given
directory
ftp_rename — Renames a file or a directory on the FTP server
ftp_rmdir — Removes a directory
ftp_set_option — Set miscellaneous runtime FTP options
ftp_site — Sends a SITE command to the server
ftp_size — Returns the size of the given file
ftp_ssl_connect — Opens an Secure SSL-FTP connection
ftp_systype — Returns the system type identifier of the
remote FTP server



XLVIII. Function handling

call_user_func_array — Call a user function given with an
array of parameters
call_user_func — Call a user function given by the first
parameter
create_function — Create an anonymous (lambda-style) function
func_get_arg — Return an item from the argument list
func_get_args — Returns an array comprising a function's
argument list
func_num_args — Returns the number of arguments passed to
the function
function_exists — Return TRUE if the given function has been
defined
get_defined_functions — Returns an array of all defined
functions
register_shutdown_function — Register a function for
execution on shutdown
register_tick_function — Register a function for execution
on each tick
unregister_tick_function — De-register a function for
execution on each tick



XLIX. GeoIP

geoip_country_code_by_name — Get the two letter country code
geoip_country_code3_by_name — Get the three letter country code
geoip_country_name_by_name — Get the full country name
geoip_database_info — Get GeoIP Database information
geoip_db_avail — Determine if GeoIP Database is available
geoip_db_filename — Returns the filename of the
corresponding GeoIP Database
geoip_db_get_all_info — Returns detailed informations about
all GeoIP database types
geoip_id_by_name — Get the Internet connection speed
geoip_org_by_name — Get the organization name
geoip_record_by_name — Returns the detailed City information
found in the GeoIP Database
geoip_region_by_name — Get the country code and region



L. gettext

bind_textdomain_codeset — Specify the character encoding in
which the messages from the DOMAIN message catalog will be
returned
bindtextdomain — Sets the path for a domain
dcgettext — Overrides the domain for a single lookup
dcngettext — Plural version of dcgettext
dgettext — Override the current domain
dngettext — Plural version of dgettext
gettext — Lookup a message in the current domain
ngettext — Plural version of gettext
textdomain — Sets the default domain



LI. GMP

gmp_abs — Absolute value
gmp_add — Add numbers
gmp_and — Logical AND
gmp_clrbit — Clear bit
gmp_cmp — Compare numbers
gmp_com — Calculates one's complement
gmp_div_q — Divide numbers
gmp_div_qr — Divide numbers and get quotient and remainder
gmp_div_r — Remainder of the division of numbers
gmp_div — Alias of gmp_div_q()
gmp_divexact — Exact division of numbers
gmp_fact — Factorial
gmp_gcd — Calculate GCD
gmp_gcdext — Calculate GCD and multipliers
gmp_hamdist — Hamming distance
gmp_init — Create GMP number
gmp_intval — Convert GMP number to integer
gmp_invert — Inverse by modulo
gmp_jacobi — Jacobi symbol
gmp_legendre — Legendre symbol
gmp_mod — Modulo operation
gmp_mul — Multiply numbers
gmp_neg — Negate number
gmp_nextprime — Find next prime number
gmp_or — Logical OR
gmp_perfect_square — Perfect square check
gmp_popcount — Population count
gmp_pow — Raise number into power
gmp_powm — Raise number into power with modulo
gmp_prob_prime — Check if number is "probably prime"
gmp_random — Random number
gmp_scan0 — Scan for 0
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gmp_scan1 — Scan for 1
gmp_setbit — Set bit
gmp_sign — Sign of number
gmp_sqrt — Calculate square root
gmp_sqrtrem — Square root with remainder
gmp_strval — Convert GMP number to string
gmp_sub — Subtract numbers
gmp_testbit — Tests if a bit is set
gmp_xor — Logical XOR



LII. gnupg

gnupg_adddecryptkey — Add a key for decryption
gnupg_addencryptkey — Add a key for encryption
gnupg_addsignkey — Add a key for signing
gnupg_cleardecryptkeys — Removes all keys which were set for
decryption before
gnupg_clearencryptkeys — Removes all keys which were set for
encryption before
gnupg_clearsignkeys — Removes all keys which were set for
signing before
gnupg_decrypt — Decrypts a given text
gnupg_decryptverify — Decrypts and verifies a given text
gnupg_encrypt — Encrypts a given text
gnupg_encryptsign — Encrypts and signs a given text
gnupg_export — Exports a key
gnupg_geterror — Returns the errortext, if a function fails
gnupg_getprotocol — Returns the currently active protocol
for all operations
gnupg_import — Imports a key
gnupg_keyinfo — Returns an array with information about all
keys that matches the given pattern
gnupg_setarmor — Toggle armored output
gnupg_seterrormode — Sets the mode for error_reporting
gnupg_setsignmode — Sets the mode for signing
gnupg_sign — Signs a given text
gnupg_verify — Verifies a signed text



LIII. gopher

gopher_parsedir — Translate a gopher formatted directory
entry into an associative array.



LIV. haru

HaruException — Haru PDF Exception Class
HaruDoc — Haru PDF Document Class
HaruPage — Haru PDF Page Class
HaruFont — Haru PDF Font Class
HaruImage — Haru PDF Image Class
HaruEncoder — Haru PDF Encoder Class
HaruOutline — Haru PDF Outline Class 
HaruAnnotation — Haru PDF Annotation Class
HaruDestination — Haru PDF Destination Class
HaruAnnotation::setBorderStyle — Set the border style of the
annotation
HaruAnnotation::setHighlightMode — Set the highlighting mode
of the annotation
HaruAnnotation::setIcon — Set the icon style of the annotation
HaruAnnotation::setOpened — Set the initial state of the
annotation
HaruDestination::setFit — Set the appearance of the page to
fit the window
HaruDestination::setFitB — Set the appearance of the page to
fit the bounding box of the page within the window
HaruDestination::setFitBH — Set the appearance of the page
to fit the width of the bounding box
HaruDestination::setFitBV — Set the appearance of the page
to fit the height of the boudning box
HaruDestination::setFitH — Set the appearance of the page to
fit the window width
HaruDestination::setFitR — Set the appearance of the page to
fit the specified rectangle
HaruDestination::setFitV — Set the appearance of the page to
fit the window height
HaruDestination::setXYZ — Set the appearance of the page
HaruDoc::addPage — Add new page to the document
HaruDoc::addPageLabel — Set the numbering style for the
specified range of pages
HaruDoc::__construct — Construct new HaruDoc instance
HaruDoc::createOutline — Create a HaruOutline instance
HaruDoc::getCurrentEncoder — Get HaruEncoder currently used
in the document
HaruDoc::getCurrentPage — Return current page of the document
HaruDoc::getEncoder — Get HaruEncoder instance for the
specified encoding
HaruDoc::getFont — Get HaruFont instance
HaruDoc::getInfoAttr — Get current value of the specified
document attribute
HaruDoc::getPageLayout — Get current page layout
HaruDoc::getPageMode — Get current page mode
HaruDoc::getStreamSize — Get the size of the temporary stream
HaruDoc::insertPage — Insert new page just before the
specified page
HaruDoc::loadJPEG — Load JPEG image and return new HaruImage
instance
HaruDoc::loadPNG — Load PNG image and return HaruImage instance
HaruDoc::loadRaw — Load RAW image and return HaruImage instance
HaruDoc::loadTTC — Load the font with the specified index
from TTC file
HaruDoc::loadTTF — Load TTF font file
HaruDoc::loadType1 — Load Type1 font
HaruDoc::output — Write the document data to the output buffer
HaruDoc::readFromStream — Read data from the temporary stream
HaruDoc::resetError — Reset error state of the document handle
HaruDoc::resetStream — Rewind the temporary stream
HaruDoc::save — Save the document into the specified file
HaruDoc::saveToStream — Save the document into a temporary
stream
HaruDoc::setCompressionMode — Set compression mode for the
document
HaruDoc::setCurrentEncoder — Set the current encoder for the
document
HaruDoc::setEncryptionMode — Set encryption mode for the
document
HaruDoc::setInfoAttr — Set the info attribute of the document
HaruDoc::setInfoDateAttr — Set the datetime info attributes
of the document
HaruDoc::setOpenAction — Define which page is shown when the
document is opened
HaruDoc::setPageLayout — Set how pages should be displayed
HaruDoc::setPageMode — Set how the document should be displayed
HaruDoc::setPagesConfiguration — Set the number of pages per
set of pages
HaruDoc::setPassword — Set owner and user passwords for the
document
HaruDoc::setPermission — Set permissions for the document
HaruDoc::useCNSEncodings — Enable Chinese simplified encodings
HaruDoc::useCNSFonts — Enable builtin Chinese simplified fonts
HaruDoc::useCNTEncodings — Enable Chinese traditional encodings
HaruDoc::useCNTFonts — Enable builtin Chinese traditional fonts
HaruDoc::useJPEncodings — Enable Japanese encodings
HaruDoc::useJPFonts — Enable builtin Japanese fonts
HaruDoc::useKREncodings — Enable Korean encodings
HaruDoc::useKRFonts — Enable builtin Korean fonts
HaruEncoder::getByteType — Get the type of the byte in the text
HaruEncoder::getType — Get the type of the encoder
HaruEncoder::getUnicode — Convert the specified character to
unicode
HaruEncoder::getWritingMode — Get the writing mode of the
encoder
HaruFont::getAscent — Get the vertical ascent of the font
HaruFont::getCapHeight — Get the distance from the baseline
of uppercase letters
HaruFont::getDescent — Get the vertical descent of the font
HaruFont::getEncodingName — Get the name of the encoding
HaruFont::getFontName — Get the name of the font
HaruFont::getTextWidth — Get the total width of the text,
number of characters, number of words and number of spaces
HaruFont::getUnicodeWidth — Get the width of the character
in the font
HaruFont::getXHeight — Get the distance from the baseline of
lowercase letters
HaruFont::measureText — Calculate the number of characters
which can be included within the specified width
HaruImage::getBitsPerComponent — Get the number of bits used
to describe each color component of the image
HaruImage::getColorSpace — Get the name of the color space
HaruImage::getHeight — Get the height of the image
HaruImage::getSize — Get size of the image
HaruImage::getWidth — Get the width of the image
HaruImage::setColorMask — Set the color mask of the image
HaruImage::setMaskImage — Set the image mask
HaruOutline::setDestination — Set the destination for the
outline
HaruOutline::setOpened — Set the initial state of the outline
HaruPage::arc — Append an arc to the current path
HaruPage::beginText — Begin a text object and set the
current text position to (0,0)
HaruPage::circle — Append a circle to the current path
HaruPage::closePath — Append a straight line from the
current point to the start point of the path
HaruPage::concat — Concatenate current transformation matrix
of the page and the specified matrix
HaruPage::createDestination — Create new HaruDestination
instance
HaruPage::createLinkAnnotation — Create new HaruAnnotation
instance
HaruPage::createTextAnnotation — Create new HaruAnnotation
instance
HaruPage::createURLAnnotation — Create and return new
HaruAnnotation instance
HaruPage::curveTo2 — Append a Bezier curve to the current path
HaruPage::curveTo3 — Append a Bezier curve to the current path
HaruPage::curveTo — Append a Bezier curve to the current path
HaruPage::drawImage — Show image at the page
HaruPage::ellipse — Append an ellipse to the current path
HaruPage::endPath — End current path object without filling
and painting operations
HaruPage::endText — End current text object
HaruPage::eofill — Fill current path using even-odd rule
HaruPage::eoFillStroke — Fill current path using even-odd
rule, then paint the path
HaruPage::fill — Fill current path using nonzero winding
number rule
HaruPage::fillStroke — Fill current path using nonzero
winding number rule, then paint the path
HaruPage::getCharSpace — Get the current value of character
spacing
HaruPage::getCMYKFill — Get the current filling color
HaruPage::getCMYKStroke — Get the current stroking color
HaruPage::getCurrentFont — Get the currently used font
HaruPage::getCurrentFontSize — Get the current font size
HaruPage::getCurrentPos — Get the current position for path
painting
HaruPage::getCurrentTextPos — Get the current position for
text printing
HaruPage::getDash — Get the current dash pattern
HaruPage::getFillingColorSpace — Get the current filling
color space
HaruPage::getFlatness — Get the flatness of the page
HaruPage::getGMode — Get the current graphics mode
HaruPage::getGrayFill — Get the current filling color
HaruPage::getGrayStroke — Get the current stroking color
HaruPage::getHeight — Get the height of the page
HaruPage::getHorizontalScaling — Get the current value of
horizontal scaling
HaruPage::getLineCap — Get the current line cap style
HaruPage::getLineJoin — Get the current line join style
HaruPage::getLineWidth — Get the current line width
HaruPage::getMiterLimit — Get the value of miter limit
HaruPage::getRGBFill — Get the current filling color
HaruPage::getRGBStroke — Get the current stroking color
HaruPage::getStrokingColorSpace — Get the current stroking
color space
HaruPage::getTextLeading — Get the current value of line spacing
HaruPage::getTextMatrix — Get the current text
transformation matrix of the page
HaruPage::getTextRenderingMode — Get the current text
rendering mode
HaruPage::getTextRise — Get the current value of text rising
HaruPage::getTextWidth — Get the width of the text using
current fontsize, character spacing and word spacing
HaruPage::getTransMatrix — Get the current transformation
matrix of the page
HaruPage::getWidth — Get the width of the page
HaruPage::getWordSpace — Get the current value of word spacing
HaruPage::lineTo — Draw a line from the current point to the
specified point
HaruPage::measureText — Calculate the number of characters
which can be included within the specified width
HaruPage::moveTextPos — Move text position to the specified
offset
HaruPage::moveTo — Set starting point for new drawing path
HaruPage::moveToNextLine — Move text position to the start
of the next line
HaruPage::rectangle — Append a rectangle to the current path
HaruPage::setCharSpace — Set character spacing for the page
HaruPage::setCMYKFill — Set filling color for the page
HaruPage::setCMYKStroke — Set stroking color for the page
HaruPage::setDash — Set the dash pattern for the page
HaruPage::setFlatness — Set flatness for the page
HaruPage::setFontAndSize — Set font and fontsize for the page
HaruPage::setGrayFill — Set filling color for the page
HaruPage::setGrayStroke — Sets stroking color for the page
HaruPage::setHeight — Set height of the page
HaruPage::setHorizontalScaling — Set horizontal scaling for
the page
HaruPage::setLineCap — Set the shape to be used at the ends
of lines
HaruPage::setLineJoin — Set line join style for the page
HaruPage::setLineWidth — Set line width for the page
HaruPage::setMiterLimit — Set the current value of the miter
limit of the page
HaruPage::setRGBFill — Set filling color for the page
HaruPage::setRGBStroke — Set stroking color for the page
HaruPage::setRotate — Set rotation angle of the page
HaruPage::setSize — Set size and direction of the page
HaruPage::setSlideShow — Set transition style for the page
HaruPage::setTextLeading — Set text leading (line spacing)
for the page
HaruPage::setTextMatrix — Set the current text
transformation matrix of the page
HaruPage::setTextRenderingMode — Set text rendering mode for
the page
HaruPage::setTextRise — Set the current value of text rising
HaruPage::setWidth — Set width of the page
HaruPage::setWordSpace — Set word spacing for the page
HaruPage::showText — Print text at the current position of
the page
HaruPage::showTextNextLine — Move the current position to
the start of the next line and print the text
HaruPage::stroke — Paint current path
HaruPage::textOut — Print the text on the specified position
HaruPage::textRect — Print the text inside the specified region



LV. hash

hash_algos — Return a list of registered hashing algorithms
hash_file — Generate a hash value using the contents of a
given file
hash_final — Finalize an incremental hash and return
resulting digest
hash_hmac_file — Generate a keyed hash value using the HMAC
method and the contents of a given file
hash_hmac — Generate a keyed hash value using the HMAC method
hash_init — Initialize an incremental hashing context
hash_update_file — Pump data into an active hashing context
from a file
hash_update_stream — Pump data into an active hashing
context from an open stream
hash_update — Pump data into an active hashing context
hash — Generate a hash value (message digest)



LVI. http

Installation — Installing the HTTP extension
Configuration — http module configuration directives
Resources — Resources created by the HTTP extension
Constants — predefined http module constants
Request Options — options usable with the HttpRequest class
and request functions
HttpMessage — HTTP Message Class
HttpMessage::__construct — HttpMessage constructor
HttpMessage::factory — Create HttpMessage from string
HttpMessage::fromEnv — Create HttpMessage from environment
HttpMessage::fromString — Create HttpMessage from string
HttpMessage::toString — Get string representation
HttpMessage::toMessageTypeObject — Create HTTP object
regarding message type
HttpMessage::guessContentType — Guess content type
HttpMessage::detach — Detach HttpMessage
HttpMessage::prepend — Prepend message(s)
HttpMessage::reverse — Reverse message chain
HttpMessage::send — Send message
HttpMessage::getParentMessage — Get parent message
HttpMessage::getType — Get message type
HttpMessage::setType — Set message type
HttpMessage::getHttpVersion — Get HTTP version
HttpMessage::setHttpVersion — Set HTTP version
HttpMessage::getHeaders — Get message headers
HttpMessage::getHeader — Get header
HttpMessage::addHeaders — Add headers
HttpMessage::setHeaders — Set headers
HttpMessage::getBody — Get message body
HttpMessage::setBody — Set message body
HttpMessage::getRequestMethod — Get request method
HttpMessage::setRequestMethod — Set request method
HttpMessage::getRequestUrl — Get request URL
HttpMessage::setRequestUrl — Set request URL
HttpMessage::getResponseCode — Get response code
HttpMessage::setResponseCode — Set response code
HttpMessage::getResponseStatus — Get response status
HttpMessage::setResponseStatus — Set response status
HttpQueryString — HTTP Query String Class
HttpQueryString::__construct — HttpQueryString constructor
HttpQueryString::singleton — HttpQueryString singleton
HttpQueryString::get — Get (part of) query string
HttpQueryString::mod — Modifiy query string copy
HttpQueryString::set — Set query string params
HttpQueryString::toArray — Get query string as array
HttpQueryString::toString — Get query string
HttpQueryString::xlate — Change query strings charset
HttpDeflateStream — HTTP Deflate Stream Class
HttpDeflateStream::factory — HttpDeflateStream class factory
HttpDeflateStream::__construct — HttpDeflateStream class
constructor
HttpDeflateStream::update — Update deflate stream
HttpDeflateStream::flush — Flush deflate stream
HttpDeflateStream::finish — Finalize deflate stream
HttpInflateStream — HTTP Inflate Stream
HttpInflateStream::factory — HttpInflateStream class factory
HttpInflateStream::__construct — HttpInflateStream class
constructor
HttpInflateStream::update — Update inflate stream
HttpInflateStream::flush — Flush inflate stream
HttpInflateStream::finish — Finalize inflate stream
HttpRequest — HTTP Request Class
HttpRequest::addCookies — Add cookies
HttpRequest::addHeaders — Add headers
HttpRequest::addPostFields — Add post fields
HttpRequest::addPostFile — Add post file
HttpRequest::addPutData — Add put data
HttpRequest::addQueryData — Add query data
HttpRequest::addRawPostData — Add raw post data
HttpRequest::addSslOptions — Add ssl options
HttpRequest::clearHistory — Clear history
HttpRequest::__construct — HttpRequest constructor
HttpRequest::enableCookies — Enable cookies
HttpRequest::getContentType — Get content type
HttpRequest::getCookies — Get cookies
HttpRequest::getHeaders — Get headers
HttpRequest::getHistory — Get history
HttpRequest::getMethod — Get method
HttpRequest::getOptions — Get options
HttpRequest::getPostFields — Get post fields
HttpRequest::getPostFiles — Get post files
HttpRequest::getPutData — Get put data
HttpRequest::getPutFile — Get put file
HttpRequest::getQueryData — Get query data
HttpRequest::getRawPostData — Get raw post data
HttpRequest::getRawRequestMessage — Get raw request message
HttpRequest::getRawResponseMessage — Get raw response message
HttpRequest::getRequestMessage — Get request message
HttpRequest::getResponseBody — Get response body
HttpRequest::getResponseCode — Get response code
HttpRequest::getResponseCookies — Get response cookie(s)
HttpRequest::getResponseData — Get response data
HttpRequest::getResponseHeader — Get response header(s)
HttpRequest::getResponseInfo — Get response info
HttpRequest::getResponseMessage — Get response message
HttpRequest::getResponseStatus — Get response status
HttpRequest::getSslOptions — Get ssl options
HttpRequest::getUrl — Get url
HttpRequest::resetCookies — Reset cookies
HttpRequest::send — Send request
HttpRequest::setContentType — Set content type
HttpRequest::setCookies — Set cookies
HttpRequest::setHeaders — Set headers
HttpRequest::setMethod — Set method
HttpRequest::setOptions — Set options
HttpRequest::setPostFields — Set post fields
HttpRequest::setPostFiles — Set post files
HttpRequest::setPutData — Set put data
HttpRequest::setPutFile — Set put file
HttpRequest::setQueryData — Set query data
HttpRequest::setRawPostData — Set raw post data
HttpRequest::setSslOptions — Set ssl options
HttpRequest::setUrl — Set URL
HttpRequestPool — HTTP Request Pool Class
HttpRequestPool::attach — Attach HttpRequest
HttpRequestPool::__construct — HttpRequestPool constructor
HttpRequestPool::__destruct — HttpRequestPool destructor
HttpRequestPool::detach — Detach HttpRequest
HttpRequestPool::getAttachedRequests — Get attached requests
HttpRequestPool::getFinishedRequests — Get finished requests
HttpRequestPool::reset — Reset request pool
HttpRequestPool::send — Send all requests
HttpRequestPool::socketPerform — Perform socket actions
HttpRequestPool::socketSelect — Perform socket select
HttpResponse — HTTP Response Class
HttpResponse::capture — Capture script output
HttpResponse::getBufferSize — Get buffer size
HttpResponse::getCacheControl — Get cache control
HttpResponse::getCache — Get cache
HttpResponse::getContentDisposition — Get content disposition
HttpResponse::getContentType — Get content type
HttpResponse::getData — Get data
HttpResponse::getETag — Get ETag
HttpResponse::getFile — Get file
HttpResponse::getGzip — Get gzip
HttpResponse::getHeader — Get header
HttpResponse::getLastModified — Get last modified
HttpResponse::getStream — Get Stream
HttpResponse::getThrottleDelay — Get throttle delay
HttpResponse::getRequestBody — Get request body
HttpResponse::getRequestBodyStream — Get request body stream
HttpResponse::getRequestHeaders — Get request headers
HttpResponse::guessContentType — Guess content type
HttpResponse::redirect — Redirect
HttpResponse::send — Send response
HttpResponse::setBufferSize — Set buffer size
HttpResponse::setCacheControl — Set cache control
HttpResponse::setCache — Set cache
HttpResponse::setContentDisposition — Set content disposition
HttpResponse::setContentType — Set content type
HttpResponse::setData — Set data
HttpResponse::setETag — Set ETag
HttpResponse::setFile — Set file
HttpResponse::setGzip — Set gzip
HttpResponse::setHeader — Set header
HttpResponse::setLastModified — Set last modified
HttpResponse::setStream — Set stream
HttpResponse::setThrottleDelay — Set throttle delay
HttpResponse::status — Send HTTP response status
http_cache_etag — Caching by ETag
http_cache_last_modified — Caching by last modification
http_chunked_decode — Decode chunked-encoded data
http_deflate — Deflate data
http_inflate — Inflate data
http_get_request_body_stream — Get request body as stream
http_get_request_body — Get request body as string
http_get_request_headers — Get request headers as array
http_date — Compose HTTP RFC compliant date
http_support — Check built-in HTTP support
http_match_etag — Match ETag
http_match_modified — Match last modification
http_match_request_header — Match any header
http_build_cookie — Build cookie string
http_negotiate_charset — Negotiate clients preferred
character set
http_negotiate_content_type — Negotiate clients preferred
content type
http_negotiate_language — Negotiate clients preferred language
ob_deflatehandler — Deflate output handler
ob_etaghandler — ETag output handler
ob_inflatehandler — Inflate output handler
http_parse_cookie — Parse HTTP cookie
http_parse_headers — Parse HTTP headers
http_parse_message — Parse HTTP messages
http_parse_params — Parse parameter list
http_persistent_handles_count — Stat persistent handles
http_persistent_handles_ident — Get/set ident of persistent
handles
http_persistent_handles_clean — Clean up persistent handles
http_get — Perform GET request
http_head — Perform HEAD request
http_post_data — Perform POST request with pre-encoded data
http_post_fields — Perform POST request with data to be encoded
http_put_data — Perform PUT request with data
http_put_file — Perform PUT request with file
http_put_stream — Perform PUT request with stream
http_request_method_exists — Check whether request method exists
http_request_method_name — Get request method name
http_request_method_register — Register request method
http_request_method_unregister — Unregister request method
http_request — Perform custom request
http_request_body_encode — Encode request body
http_redirect — Issue HTTP redirect
http_send_content_disposition — Send Content-Disposition
http_send_content_type — Send Content-Type
http_send_data — Send arbitrary data
http_send_file — Send file
http_send_last_modified — Send Last-Modified
http_send_status — Send HTTP response status
http_send_stream — Send stream
http_throttle — HTTP throttling
http_build_str — Build query string
http_build_url — Build an URL



LVII. Hyperwave

hw_Array2Objrec — Convert attributes from object array to
object record
hw_changeobject — Changes attributes of an object (obsolete) 
hw_Children — Object ids of children
hw_ChildrenObj — Object records of children
hw_Close — Closes the Hyperwave connection
hw_Connect — Opens a connection
hw_connection_info — Prints information about the connection
to Hyperwave server 
hw_cp — Copies objects
hw_Deleteobject — Deletes object
hw_DocByAnchor — Object id object belonging to anchor
hw_DocByAnchorObj — Object record object belonging to anchor
hw_Document_Attributes — Object record of hw_document
hw_Document_BodyTag — Body tag of hw_document
hw_Document_Content — Returns content of hw_document
hw_Document_SetContent — Sets/replaces content of hw_document
hw_Document_Size — Size of hw_document
hw_dummy — Hyperwave dummy function 
hw_EditText — Retrieve text document
hw_Error — Error number
hw_ErrorMsg — Returns error message
hw_Free_Document — Frees hw_document
hw_GetAnchors — Object ids of anchors of document
hw_GetAnchorsObj — Object records of anchors of document
hw_GetAndLock — Return object record and lock object
hw_GetChildColl — Object ids of child collections
hw_GetChildCollObj — Object records of child collections
hw_GetChildDocColl — Object ids of child documents of collection
hw_GetChildDocCollObj — Object records of child documents of
collection
hw_GetObject — Object record
hw_GetObjectByQuery — Search object
hw_GetObjectByQueryColl — Search object in collection
hw_GetObjectByQueryCollObj — Search object in collection
hw_GetObjectByQueryObj — Search object
hw_GetParents — Object ids of parents
hw_GetParentsObj — Object records of parents
hw_getrellink — Get link from source to dest relative to rootid 
hw_GetRemote — Gets a remote document
hw_getremotechildren — Gets children of remote document
hw_GetSrcByDestObj — Returns anchors pointing at object
hw_GetText — Retrieve text document
hw_getusername — Name of currently logged in user
hw_Identify — Identifies as user
hw_InCollections — Check if object ids in collections
hw_Info — Info about connection
hw_InsColl — Insert collection
hw_InsDoc — Insert document
hw_insertanchors — Inserts only anchors into text 
hw_InsertDocument — Upload any document
hw_InsertObject — Inserts an object record
hw_mapid — Maps global id on virtual local id
hw_Modifyobject — Modifies object record
hw_mv — Moves objects
hw_New_Document — Create new document
hw_objrec2array — Convert attributes from object record to
object array
hw_Output_Document — Prints hw_document
hw_pConnect — Make a persistent database connection
hw_PipeDocument — Retrieve any document
hw_Root — Root object id
hw_setlinkroot — Set the id to which links are calculated 
hw_stat — Returns status string 
hw_Unlock — Unlock object
hw_Who — List of currently logged in users



LVIII. Hyperwave API

hw_api_attribute->key — Returns key of the attribute
hw_api_attribute->langdepvalue — Returns value for a given
language
hw_api_attribute->value — Returns value of the attribute
hw_api_attribute->values — Returns all values of the attribute
hw_api_attribute — Creates instance of class hw_api_attribute
hw_api->checkin — Checks in an object
hw_api->checkout — Checks out an object
hw_api->children — Returns children of an object
hw_api_content->mimetype — Returns mimetype
hw_api_content->read — Read content
hw_api->content — Returns content of an object
hw_api->copy — Copies physically
hw_api->dbstat — Returns statistics about database server
hw_api->dcstat — Returns statistics about document cache server
hw_api->dstanchors — Returns a list of all destination anchors
hw_api->dstofsrcanchor — Returns destination of a source anchor
hw_api_error->count — Returns number of reasons
hw_api_error->reason — Returns reason of error
hw_api->find — Search for objects
hw_api->ftstat — Returns statistics about fulltext server
hwapi_hgcsp — Returns object of class hw_api
hw_api->hwstat — Returns statistics about Hyperwave server
hw_api->identify — Log into Hyperwave Server
hw_api->info — Returns information about server configuration
hw_api->insert — Inserts a new object
hw_api->insertanchor — Inserts a new object of type anchor
hw_api->insertcollection — Inserts a new object of type
collection
hw_api->insertdocument — Inserts a new object of type document
hw_api->link — Creates a link to an object
hw_api->lock — Locks an object
hw_api->move — Moves object between collections
hw_api_content — Create new instance of class hw_api_content
hw_api_object->assign — Clones object
hw_api_object->attreditable — Checks whether an attribute is
editable
hw_api_object->count — Returns number of attributes
hw_api_object->insert — Inserts new attribute
hw_api_object — Creates a new instance of class hw_api_object
hw_api_object->remove — Removes attribute
hw_api_object->title — Returns the title attribute
hw_api_object->value — Returns value of attribute
hw_api->object — Retrieve attribute information
hw_api->objectbyanchor — Returns the object an anchor belongs to
hw_api->parents — Returns parents of an object
hw_api_reason->description — Returns description of reason
hw_api_reason->type — Returns type of reason
hw_api->remove — Delete an object
hw_api->replace — Replaces an object
hw_api->setcommittedversion — Commits version other than
last version
hw_api->srcanchors — Returns a list of all source anchors
hw_api->srcsofdst — Returns source of a destination object
hw_api->unlock — Unlocks a locked object
hw_api->user — Returns the own user object
hw_api->userlist — Returns a list of all logged in users



LIX. i18n

locale_get_default — Get the default Locale
locale_set_default — Set the default Locale



LX. IBM (PDO)

PDO_IBM DSN — Connecting to IBM databases



LXI. ibm_db2

db2_autocommit — Returns or sets the AUTOCOMMIT state for a
database connection 
db2_bind_param — Binds a PHP variable to an SQL statement
parameter 
db2_client_info — Returns an object with properties that
describe the DB2 database client
db2_close — Closes a database connection 
db2_column_privileges — Returns a result set listing the
columns and associated privileges for a table 
db2_columns — Returns a result set listing the columns and
associated metadata for a table 
db2_commit — Commits a transaction 
db2_conn_error — Returns a string containing the SQLSTATE
returned by the last connection attempt 
db2_conn_errormsg — Returns the last connection error
message and SQLCODE value 
db2_connect — Returns a connection to a database 
db2_cursor_type — Returns the cursor type used by a
statement resource 
db2_escape_string — Used to escape certain characters. 
db2_exec — Executes an SQL statement directly 
db2_execute — Executes a prepared SQL statement 
db2_fetch_array — Returns an array, indexed by column
position, representing a row in a result set 
db2_fetch_assoc — Returns an array, indexed by column name,
representing a row in a result set 
db2_fetch_both — Returns an array, indexed by both column
name and position, representing a row in a result set 
db2_fetch_object — Returns an object with properties
representing columns in the fetched row 
db2_fetch_row — Sets the result set pointer to the next row
or requested row 
db2_field_display_size — Returns the maximum number of bytes
required to display a column 
db2_field_name — Returns the name of the column in the
result set 
db2_field_num — Returns the position of the named column in
a result set 
db2_field_precision — Returns the precision of the indicated
column in a result set 
db2_field_scale — Returns the scale of the indicated column
in a result set 
db2_field_type — Returns the data type of the indicated
column in a result set 
db2_field_width — Returns the width of the current value of
the indicated column in a result set 
db2_foreign_keys — Returns a result set listing the foreign
keys for a table 
db2_free_result — Frees resources associated with a result set 
db2_free_stmt — Frees resources associated with the
indicated statement resource 
db2_get_option — Retrieves an option value for a statement
resource or a connection resource
db2_lob_read — Gets a user defined size of LOB files with
each invocation 
db2_next_result — Requests the next result set from a stored
procedure 
db2_num_fields — Returns the number of fields contained in a
result set 
db2_num_rows — Returns the number of rows affected by an SQL
statement 
db2_pconnect — Returns a persistent connection to a database 
db2_prepare — Prepares an SQL statement to be executed 
db2_primary_keys — Returns a result set listing primary keys
for a table 
db2_procedure_columns — Returns a result set listing stored
procedure parameters 
db2_procedures — Returns a result set listing the stored
procedures registered in a database 
db2_result — Returns a single column from a row in the
result set 
db2_rollback — Rolls back a transaction 
db2_server_info — Returns an object with properties that
describe the DB2 database server
db2_set_option — Set options for connection or statement
resources
db2_special_columns — Returns a result set listing the
unique row identifier columns for a table 
db2_statistics — Returns a result set listing the index and
statistics for a table 
db2_stmt_error — Returns a string containing the SQLSTATE
returned by an SQL statement 
db2_stmt_errormsg — Returns a string containing the last SQL
statement error message 
db2_table_privileges — Returns a result set listing the
tables and associated privileges in a database 
db2_tables — Returns a result set listing the tables and
associated metadata in a database 



LXII. iconv

iconv_get_encoding — Retrieve internal configuration
variables of iconv extension
iconv_mime_decode_headers — Decodes multiple MIME header
fields at once
iconv_mime_decode — Decodes a MIME header field
iconv_mime_encode — Composes a MIME header field
iconv_set_encoding — Set current setting for character
encoding conversion
iconv_strlen — Returns the character count of string
iconv_strpos — Finds position of first occurrence of a
needle within a haystack
iconv_strrpos — Finds the last occurrence of a needle within
a haystack
iconv_substr — Cut out part of a string
iconv — Convert string to requested character encoding
ob_iconv_handler — Convert character encoding as output
buffer handler



LXIII. id3

id3_get_frame_long_name — Get the long name of an ID3v2 frame
id3_get_frame_short_name — Get the short name of an ID3v2 frame
id3_get_genre_id — Get the id for a genre
id3_get_genre_list — Get all possible genre values
id3_get_genre_name — Get the name for a genre id
id3_get_tag — Get all information stored in an ID3 tag
id3_get_version — Get version of an ID3 tag
id3_remove_tag — Remove an existing ID3 tag
id3_set_tag — Update information stored in an ID3 tag



LXIV. IIS Functions

iis_add_server — Creates a new virtual web server
iis_get_dir_security — Gets Directory Security
iis_get_script_map — Gets script mapping on a virtual
directory for a specific extension
iis_get_server_by_comment — Return the instance number
associated with the Comment
iis_get_server_by_path — Return the instance number
associated with the Path
iis_get_server_rights — Gets server rights
iis_get_service_state — Returns the state for the service
defined by ServiceId
iis_remove_server — Removes the virtual web server indicated
by ServerInstance
iis_set_app_settings — Creates application scope for a
virtual directory
iis_set_dir_security — Sets Directory Security
iis_set_script_map — Sets script mapping on a virtual directory
iis_set_server_rights — Sets server rights
iis_start_server — Starts the virtual web server
iis_start_service — Starts the service defined by ServiceId
iis_stop_server — Stops the virtual web server
iis_stop_service — Stops the service defined by ServiceId



LXV. Image

gd_info — Retrieve information about the currently installed
GD library
getimagesize — Get the size of an image
image_type_to_extension — Get file extension for image type
image_type_to_mime_type — Get Mime-Type for image-type
returned by getimagesize, exif_read_data, exif_thumbnail,
exif_imagetype
image2wbmp — Output image to browser or file
imagealphablending — Set the blending mode for an image
imageantialias — Should antialias functions be used or not
imagearc — Draws an arc
imagechar — Draw a character horizontally
imagecharup — Draw a character vertically
imagecolorallocate — Allocate a color for an image
imagecolorallocatealpha — Allocate a color for an image
imagecolorat — Get the index of the color of a pixel
imagecolorclosest — Get the index of the closest color to
the specified color
imagecolorclosestalpha — Get the index of the closest color
to the specified color + alpha
imagecolorclosesthwb — Get the index of the color which has
the hue, white and blackness nearest to the given color
imagecolordeallocate — De-allocate a color for an image
imagecolorexact — Get the index of the specified color
imagecolorexactalpha — Get the index of the specified color
+ alpha
imagecolormatch — Makes the colors of the palette version of
an image more closely match the true color version
imagecolorresolve — Get the index of the specified color or
its closest possible alternative
imagecolorresolvealpha — Get the index of the specified
color + alpha or its closest possible alternative
imagecolorset — Set the color for the specified palette index
imagecolorsforindex — Get the colors for an index
imagecolorstotal — Find out the number of colors in an
image's palette
imagecolortransparent — Define a color as transparent
imageconvolution — Apply a 3x3 convolution matrix, using
coefficient and offset
imagecopy — Copy part of an image
imagecopymerge — Copy and merge part of an image
imagecopymergegray — Copy and merge part of an image with
gray scale
imagecopyresampled — Copy and resize part of an image with
resampling
imagecopyresized — Copy and resize part of an image
imagecreate — Create a new palette based image
imagecreatefromgd2 — Create a new image from GD2 file or URL
imagecreatefromgd2part — Create a new image from a given
part of GD2 file or URL
imagecreatefromgd — Create a new image from GD file or URL
imagecreatefromgif — Create a new image from file or URL
imagecreatefromjpeg — Create a new image from file or URL
imagecreatefrompng — Create a new image from file or URL
imagecreatefromstring — Create a new image from the image
stream in the string
imagecreatefromwbmp — Create a new image from file or URL
imagecreatefromxbm — Create a new image from file or URL
imagecreatefromxpm — Create a new image from file or URL
imagecreatetruecolor — Create a new true color image
imagedashedline — Draw a dashed line
imagedestroy — Destroy an image
imageellipse — Draw an ellipse
imagefill — Flood fill
imagefilledarc — Draw a partial ellipse and fill it
imagefilledellipse — Draw a filled ellipse
imagefilledpolygon — Draw a filled polygon
imagefilledrectangle — Draw a filled rectangle
imagefilltoborder — Flood fill to specific color
imagefilter — Applies a filter to an image
imagefontheight — Get font height
imagefontwidth — Get font width
imageftbbox — Give the bounding box of a text using fonts
via freetype2
imagefttext — Write text to the image using fonts using
FreeType 2
imagegammacorrect — Apply a gamma correction to a GD image
imagegd2 — Output GD2 image to browser or file
imagegd — Output GD image to browser or file
imagegif — Output image to browser or file
imagegrabscreen — Captures the whole screen
imagegrabwindow — Captures a window
imageinterlace — Enable or disable interlace
imageistruecolor — Finds whether an image is a truecolor image
imagejpeg — Output image to browser or file
imagelayereffect — Set the alpha blending flag to use the
bundled libgd layering effects
imageline — Draw a line
imageloadfont — Load a new font
imagepalettecopy — Copy the palette from one image to another
imagepng — Output a PNG image to either the browser or a file
imagepolygon — Draws a polygon
imagepsbbox — Give the bounding box of a text rectangle
using PostScript Type1 fonts
imagepsencodefont — Change the character encoding vector of
a font
imagepsextendfont — Extend or condense a font
imagepsfreefont — Free memory used by a PostScript Type 1 font
imagepsloadfont — Load a PostScript Type 1 font from file
imagepsslantfont — Slant a font
imagepstext — Draws a text over an image using PostScript
Type1 fonts
imagerectangle — Draw a rectangle
imagerotate — Rotate an image with a given angle
imagesavealpha — Set the flag to save full alpha channel
information (as opposed to single-color transparency) when
saving PNG images
imagesetbrush — Set the brush image for line drawing
imagesetpixel — Set a single pixel
imagesetstyle — Set the style for line drawing
imagesetthickness — Set the thickness for line drawing
imagesettile — Set the tile image for filling
imagestring — Draw a string horizontally
imagestringup — Draw a string vertically
imagesx — Get image width
imagesy — Get image height
imagetruecolortopalette — Convert a true color image to a
palette image
imagettfbbox — Give the bounding box of a text using
TrueType fonts
imagettftext — Write text to the image using TrueType fonts
imagetypes — Return the image types supported by this PHP build
imagewbmp — Output image to browser or file
imagexbm — Output XBM image to browser or file
iptcembed — Embed binary IPTC data into a JPEG image
iptcparse — Parse a binary IPTC block into single tags.
jpeg2wbmp — Convert JPEG image file to WBMP image file
png2wbmp — Convert PNG image file to WBMP image file



LXVI. Imagick Image Library

Constants — Imagick class constants
Installation — Installing the Imagick extension
Imagick — Imagick Class
Imagick::adaptiveBlurImage — Adds adaptive blur filter to image
Imagick::adaptiveResizeImage — Adaptively resize image with
data dependent triangulation
Imagick::adaptiveSharpenImage — Adaptively sharpen the image
Imagick::adaptiveThresholdImage — Selects a threshold for
each pixel based on a range of intensity
Imagick::addImage — Adds new image to Imagick object image list
Imagick::addNoiseImage — Adds random noise to the image
Imagick::affineTransformImage — Transforms an image
Imagick::annotateImage — Annotates an image with text
Imagick::appendImages — Append a set of images
Imagick::averageImages — Average a set of images
Imagick::blackThresholdImage — Forces all pixels below the
threshold into black
Imagick::blurImage — Adds blur filter to image
Imagick::borderImage — Surrounds the image with a border
Imagick::charcoalImage — Simulates a charcoal drawing
Imagick::chopImage — Removes a region of an image and trims
Imagick::clear — Clears all resources associated to Imagick
object
Imagick::clipImage — Clips along the first path from the
8BIM profile
Imagick::clipPathImage — Clips along the named paths from
the 8BIM profile
Imagick::clone — Makes an exact copy of the Imagick object
Imagick::coalesceImages — Composites a set of images
Imagick::colorFloodfillImage — Changes the color value of
any pixel that matches target
Imagick::colorizeImage — Blends the fill color with the image
Imagick::clutImage — Replaces colors in the image from a
color lookup table
Imagick::combineImages — Combines one or more images into a
single image
Imagick::commentImage — Adds a comment to your image
Imagick::compareImageChannels — Returns the difference in
one or more images
Imagick::compareImageLayers — Returns the maximum bounding
region between images
Imagick::compositeImage — Composite one image onto another
Imagick::__construct — The Imagick constructor
Imagick::contrastImage — Change the contrast of the image
Imagick::contrastStretchImage — Enhances the contrast of a
color image
Imagick::convolveImage — Applies a custom convolution kernel
to the image
Imagick::cropImage — Extracts a region of the image
Imagick::current — Sets image pointer at the correct sequence
Imagick::cycleColormapImage — Displaces an image's colormap
Imagick::deconstructImages — Returns certain pixel
differences between images
Imagick::despeckleImage — Reduces the speckle noise in an image
Imagick::destroy — Destroys the Imagick object
Imagick::drawImage — Renders the ImagickDrawing object on
the current image
Imagick::edgeImage — Enhance edges within the image
Imagick::embossImage — Returns a grayscale image with a
three-dimensional effect
Imagick::enhanceImage — Improves the quality of a noisy image
Imagick::equalizeImage — Equalizes the image histogram
Imagick::evaluateImage — Applies an expression to an image
Imagick::flattenImages — Merges a sequence of images
Imagick::flipImage — Creates a vertical mirror image
Imagick::flopImage — Creates a horizontal mirror image
Imagick::frameImage — Adds a simulated three-dimensional border
Imagick::fxImage — Evaluate expression for each pixel in the
image
Imagick::gammaImage — Gamma-corrects an image
Imagick::gaussianBlurImage — Blurs an image
Imagick::getCompressionQuality — Gets the object compression
quality
Imagick::getCompression — Gets the object compression type
Imagick::getCopyright — Returns the ImageMagick API
copyright as a string constant
Imagick::getFilename — The filename associated with an image
sequence
Imagick::getFormat — Returns the format of the Imagick object
Imagick::getHomeURL — Returns the ImageMagick home URL
Imagick::getImageBackgroundColor — Returns the image
background color
Imagick::getImageBlob — Returns the image sequence as a blob
Imagick::getImageBluePrimary — Returns the chromaticy blue
primary point
Imagick::getImageBorderColor — Returns the image border color
Imagick::getImageChannelDepth — Gets the depth for a
particular image channel
Imagick::getImageChannelDistortion — Compares image channels
of an image to a reconstructed image
Imagick::getImageChannelExtrema — Gets the extrema for one
or more image channels
Imagick::getImageChannelMean — Gets the mean and standard
deviation
Imagick::getImageChannelStatistics — Returns statistics for
each channel in the image
Imagick::getImageColormapColor — Returns the color of the
specified colormap index
Imagick::getImageColorspace — Gets the image colorspace
Imagick::getImageColors — Gets the number of unique colors
in the image
Imagick::getImageCompose — Returns the composite operator
associated with the image
Imagick::getImageDelay — Gets the image delay
Imagick::getImageDepth — Gets the image depth
Imagick::getImageDispose — Gets the image disposal method
Imagick::getImageDistortion — Compares an image to a
reconstructed image
Imagick::getImageExtrema — Gets the extrema for the image
Imagick::getImageFilename — Returns the filename of a
particular image in a sequence
Imagick::getImageSize — Returns the image length in bytes
Imagick::getImageLength — Returns the image length in bytes
Imagick::getImageFormat — Returns the format of a particular
image in a sequence
Imagick::getImageGamma — Gets the image gamma
Imagick::getImageGeometry — Gets the width and height as an
associative array
Imagick::getImageGreenPrimary — Returns the chromaticy green
primary point
Imagick::getImageHeight — Returns the image height
Imagick::getImageHistogram — Gets the image histogram
Imagick::getImageIndex — Gets the index of the current
active image
Imagick::getIteratorIndex — Gets the index of the current
active image
Imagick::getImageInterlaceScheme — Gets the image interlace
scheme
Imagick::getImageInterpolateMethod — Returns the
interpolation method
Imagick::getImageIterations — Gets the image iterations
Imagick::getImageMatteColor — Returns the image matte color
Imagick::getImageMatte — Return if the image has a matte channel
Imagick::getImagePage — Returns the page geometry
Imagick::getImagePixelColor — Returns the color of the
specified pixel
Imagick::getImageProfile — Returns the named image profile
Imagick::getImageProfiles — Returns the image profiles
Imagick::getImageProperty — Returns the named image property
Imagick::getImageProperties — Returns the image properties
Imagick::getImageRedPrimary — Returns the chromaticy red
primary point
Imagick::getImageRegion — Extracts a region of the image
Imagick::getImageRenderingIntent — Gets the image rendering
intent
Imagick::getImageResolution — Gets the image X and Y resolution
Imagick::getImageScene — Gets the image scene
Imagick::getImageSignature — Generates an SHA-256 message digest
Imagick::getImageTicksPerSecond — Gets the image
ticks-per-second
Imagick::getImageTotalInkDensity — Gets the image total ink
density
Imagick::getImageType — Gets the potential image type
Imagick::getImageUnits — Gets the image units of resolution
Imagick::getImageVirtualPixelMethod — Returns the virtual
pixel method
Imagick::getImageWhitePoint — Returns the chromaticy white point
Imagick::getImageWidth — Returns the image width
Imagick::getImage — Returns a new Imagick object
Imagick::getInterlaceScheme — Gets the object interlace scheme
Imagick::getImageOrientation — Gets the image orientation.
Imagick::getNumberImages — Returns the number of images in
the object
Imagick::getOption — Returns a value associated with the
specified key
Imagick::getPackageName — Returns the ImageMagick package name
Imagick::getPage — Returns the page geometry
Imagick::getPixelIterator — Returns a MagickPixelIterator
Imagick::getPixelRegionIterator — Get an
ImagickPixelIterator for an image section
Imagick::getQuantumDepth — Gets the quantum depth
Imagick::getQuantumRange — Returns the Imagick quantum range
Imagick::getReleaseDate — Returns the ImageMagick release date
Imagick::getResourceLimit — Returns the specified resource limit
Imagick::getResource — Returns the specified resource's
memory usage
Imagick::getSamplingFactors — Gets the horizontal and
vertical sampling factor
Imagick::getSizeOffset — Returns the size offset
Imagick::getSize — Returns the size associated with the
Imagick object
Imagick::getVersion — Returns the ImageMagick API version
Imagick::hasNextImage — Checks if the object has more images
Imagick::hasPreviousImage — Checks if the object has a
previous image
Imagick::identifyImage — Identifies an image and fetches
attributes
Imagick::implodeImage — Creates a new image as a copy
Imagick::labelImage — Adds a label to an image
Imagick::levelImage — Adjusts the levels of an image
Imagick::linearStretchImage — Stretches with saturation the
image intensity
Imagick::magnifyImage — Scales an image proportionally 2x
Imagick::matteFloodfillImage — Changes the transparency
value of a color
Imagick::medianFilterImage — Applies a digital filter
Imagick::minifyImage — Scales an image proportionally to
half its size
Imagick::modulateImage — Control the brightness, saturation,
and hue
Imagick::montageImage — Creates a composite image
Imagick::morphImages — Method morphs a set of images
Imagick::compareImages — Compares an image to a
reconstructed image
Imagick::mosaicImages — Forms a mosaic from images
Imagick::motionBlurImage — Simulates motion blur
Imagick::negateImage — Negates the colors in the reference image
Imagick::distortImage — Distorts an image using various
distortion methods
Imagick::newImage — Creates a new image
Imagick::setImage — Replaces image in the object
Imagick::setImageOpacity — Sets the image opacity level
Imagick::newPseudoImage — Creates a new image
Imagick::nextImage — Moves to the next image
Imagick::normalizeImage — Enhances the contrast of a color image
Imagick::oilPaintImage — Simulates an oil painting
Imagick::optimizeImageLayers — Removes repeated portions of
images to optimize
Imagick::paintOpaqueImage — Change any pixel that matches color
Imagick::paintTransparentImage — Changes any pixel that
matches color with the color defined by fill
Imagick::pingImageBlob — Quickly fetch attributes
Imagick::pingImageFile — Get basic image attributes in a
lightweight manner
Imagick::pingImage — Fetch basic attributes about the image
Imagick::posterizeImage — Reduces the image to a limited
number of color level
Imagick::previousImage — Move to the previous image in the
object
Imagick::profileImage — Adds or removes a profile from an image
Imagick::queryFormats — Returns formats supported by Imagick
Imagick::radialBlurImage — Radial blurs an image
Imagick::raiseImage — Creates a simulated 3d button-like effect
Imagick::randomThresholdImage — Creates a high-contrast,
two-color image
Imagick::readImageBlob — Reads image from a binary string
Imagick::readImageFile — Reads image from open filehandle
Imagick::readImage — Reads image from filename
Imagick::reduceNoiseImage — Smooths the contours of an image
Imagick::removeImageProfile — Removes the named image
profile and returns it
Imagick::removeImage — Removes an image from the image list
Imagick::render — Renders all preceding drawing commands
Imagick::resampleImage — Resample image to desired resolution
Imagick::resizeImage — Scales an image
Imagick::rollImage — Offsets an image
Imagick::rotateImage — Rotates an image
Imagick::sampleImage — Scales an image with pixel sampling
Imagick::scaleImage — Scales the size of an image
Imagick::separateImageChannel — Separates a channel from the
image
Imagick::sepiaToneImage — Sepia tones an image
Imagick::setBackgroundColor — Sets the object's default
background color
Imagick::setCompressionQuality — Sets the object's default
compression quality
Imagick::setCompression — Sets the object's default
compression type
Imagick::setFilename — Sets the filename before you read or
write the image
Imagick::setFirstIterator — Sets the Imagick iterator to the
first image
Imagick::setLastIterator — Sets the Imagick iterator to the
last image
Imagick::setFormat — Sets the format of the Imagick object
Imagick::setImageBackgroundColor — Sets the image background
color
Imagick::setImageBias — Sets the image bias for any method
that convolves an image
Imagick::setImageBluePrimary — Sets the image chromaticity
blue primary point
Imagick::setImageBorderColor — Sets the image border color
Imagick::setImageChannelDepth — Sets the depth of a
particular image channel
Imagick::setImageColormapColor — Sets the color of the
specified colormap index
Imagick::setImageColorspace — Sets the image colorspace
Imagick::setImageCompose — Sets the image composite operator
Imagick::setImageCompression — Sets the image compression
Imagick::setImageDelay — Sets the image delay
Imagick::setImageDepth — Sets the image depth
Imagick::setImageDispose — Sets the image disposal method
Imagick::setImageExtent — Sets the image size
Imagick::setImageFilename — Sets the filename of a
particular image
Imagick::setImageFormat — Sets the format of a particular image
Imagick::setImageGamma — Sets the image gamma
Imagick::setImageGreenPrimary — Sets the image chromaticity
green primary point
Imagick::setImageIndex — Set the iterator position
Imagick::setIteratorIndex — Set the iterator position
Imagick::setImageInterlaceScheme — Sets the image compression
Imagick::setImageInterpolateMethod — Sets the image
interpolate pixel method
Imagick::setImageIterations — Sets the image iterations
Imagick::setImageMatteColor — Sets the image matte color
Imagick::setImageMatte — Sets the image matte channel
Imagick::setImagePage — Sets the page geometry of the image
Imagick::setImageProfile — Adds a named profile to the
Imagick object
Imagick::setImageProperty — Sets an image property
Imagick::setImageRedPrimary — Sets the image chromaticity
red primary point
Imagick::setImageRenderingIntent — Sets the image rendering
intent
Imagick::setImageResolution — Sets the image resolution
Imagick::setImageScene — Sets the image scene
Imagick::setImageTicksPerSecond — Sets the image
ticks-per-second
Imagick::setImageType — Sets the image type
Imagick::setImageUnits — Sets the image units of resolution
Imagick::setImageVirtualPixelMethod — Sets the image virtual
pixel method
Imagick::setImageWhitePoint — Sets the image chromaticity
white point
Imagick::setInterlaceScheme — Sets the image compression
Imagick::setImageOrientation — Sets the image orientation.
Imagick::setOption — Set an option
Imagick::setPage — Sets the page geometry of the Imagick object
Imagick::setResolution — Sets the image resolution
Imagick::setResourceLimit — Sets the limit for a particular
resource in megabytes
Imagick::setSamplingFactors — Sets the image sampling factors
Imagick::setSizeOffset — Sets the size and offset of the
Imagick object
Imagick::setSize — Sets the size of the Imagick object
Imagick::setType — Sets the image type attribute
Imagick::shadeImage — Creates a 3D effect
Imagick::shadowImage — Simulates an image shadow
Imagick::sharpenImage — Sharpens an image
Imagick::shaveImage — Shaves pixels from the image edges
Imagick::shearImage — Creating a parallelogram
Imagick::sigmoidalContrastImage — Adjusts the contrast of an
image
Imagick::sketchImage — Simulates a pencil sketch
Imagick::solarizeImage — Applies a solarizing effect to the
image
Imagick::spliceImage — Splices a solid color into the image
Imagick::spreadImage — Randomly displaces each pixel in a block
Imagick::steganoImage — Hides a digital watermark within the
image
Imagick::stereoImage — Composites two images
Imagick::stripImage — Strips an image of all profiles and
comments
Imagick::swirlImage — Swirls the pixels about the center of
the image
Imagick::textureImage — Repeatedly tiles the texture image
Imagick::thresholdImage — Changes the value of individual
pixels based on a threshold
Imagick::thumbnailImage — Changes the size of an image
Imagick::tintImage — Applies a color vector to each pixel in
the image
Imagick::transverseImage — Creates a horizontal mirror image
Imagick::trimImage — Remove edges from the image
Imagick::uniqueImageColors — Discards all but one of any
pixel color
Imagick::unsharpMaskImage — Sharpens an image
Imagick::valid — Checks if the current item is valid
Imagick::vignetteImage — Adds vignette filter to the image
Imagick::waveImage — Adds wave filter to the image
Imagick::whiteThresholdImage — Force all pixels above the
threshold into white
Imagick::writeImages — Writes an image or image sequence
Imagick::writeImage — Writes an image to the specified filename
Imagick::displayImage — Displays an image
Imagick::displayImages — Displays an image or image sequence
Imagick::cropThumbnailImage — Creates a crop thumbnail
Imagick::roundCorners — Rounds image corners
Imagick::polaroidImage — Simulates a Polaroid picture
Imagick::queryFonts — Returns the configured fonts
Imagick::queryFontMetrics — Returns an array representing
the font metrics
ImagickDraw::affine — Adjusts the current affine
transformation matrix
ImagickDraw::annotation — Draws text on the image
ImagickDraw::arc — Draws an arc
ImagickDraw::bezier — Draws a bezier curve
ImagickDraw::circle — Draws a circle
ImagickDraw::clear — Clears the ImagickDraw
ImagickDraw::clone — Makes an exact copy of the specified
ImagickDraw object
ImagickDraw::color — Draws color on image
ImagickDraw::comment — Adds a comment
ImagickDraw::composite — Composites an image onto the
current image
ImagickDraw::__construct — The ImagickDraw constructor
ImagickDraw::destroy — Frees all associated resources
ImagickDraw::ellipse — Draws an ellipse on the image
ImagickDraw::getClipPath — Obtains the current clipping path ID
ImagickDraw::getClipRule — Returns the current polygon fill rule
ImagickDraw::getClipUnits — Returns the interpretation of
clip path units
ImagickDraw::getFillColor — Returns the fill color
ImagickDraw::getFillOpacity — Returns the opacity used when
drawing
ImagickDraw::getFillRule — Returns the fill rule
ImagickDraw::getFontFamily — Returns the font family
ImagickDraw::getFontSize — Returns the font pointsize
ImagickDraw::getFontStyle — Returns the font style
ImagickDraw::getFontWeight — Returns the font weight
ImagickDraw::getFont — Returns the font
ImagickDraw::getGravity — Returns the text placement gravity
ImagickDraw::getStrokeAntialias — Returns the current stroke
antialias setting
ImagickDraw::getStrokeColor — Returns the color used for
stroking object outlines
ImagickDraw::getStrokeDashArray — Returns an array
representing the pattern of dashes and gaps used to stroke paths
ImagickDraw::getStrokeDashOffset — Returns the offset into
the dash pattern to start the dash
ImagickDraw::getStrokeLineCap — Returns the shape to be used
at the end of open subpaths when they are stroked
ImagickDraw::getStrokeLineJoin — Returns the shape to be
used at the corners of paths when they are stroked
ImagickDraw::getStrokeMiterLimit — Returns the stroke miter
limit
ImagickDraw::getStrokeOpacity — Returns the opacity of
stroked object outlines
ImagickDraw::getStrokeWidth — Returns the width of the
stroke used to draw object outlines
ImagickDraw::getTextAlignment — Returns the text alignment
ImagickDraw::getTextAntialias — Returns the current text
antialias setting
ImagickDraw::getTextDecoration — Returns the text decoration
ImagickDraw::getTextEncoding — Returns the code set used for
text annotations
ImagickDraw::getTextUnderColor — Returns the text under color
ImagickDraw::getVectorGraphics — Returns a string containing
vector graphics
ImagickDraw::line — Draws a line
ImagickDraw::matte — Paints on the image's opacity channel
ImagickDraw::pathClose — Adds a path element to the current path
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToAbsolute — Draws a cubic Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToQuadraticBezierAbsolute — Draws a
quadratic Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToQuadraticBezierRelative — Draws a
quadratic Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToQuadraticBezierSmoothAbsolute —
Draws a quadratic Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToQuadraticBezierSmoothRelative —
Draws a quadratic Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToRelative — Draws a cubic Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToSmoothAbsolute — Draws a cubic
Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathCurveToSmoothRelative — Draws a cubic
Bezier curve
ImagickDraw::pathEllipticArcAbsolute — Draws an elliptical arc
ImagickDraw::pathEllipticArcRelative — Draws an elliptical arc
ImagickDraw::pathFinish — Terminates the current path
ImagickDraw::pathLineToAbsolute — Draws a line path
ImagickDraw::pathLineToHorizontalAbsolute — Draws a
horizontal line path
ImagickDraw::pathLineToHorizontalRelative — Draws a
horizontal line
ImagickDraw::pathLineToRelative — Draws a line path
ImagickDraw::pathLineToVerticalAbsolute — Draws a vertical line
ImagickDraw::pathLineToVerticalRelative — Draws a vertical
line path
ImagickDraw::pathMoveToAbsolute — Starts a new sub-path
ImagickDraw::pathMoveToRelative — Starts a new sub-path
ImagickDraw::pathStart — Declares the start of a path
drawing list
ImagickDraw::point — Draws a point
ImagickDraw::polygon — Draws a polygon
ImagickDraw::polyline — Draws a polyline
ImagickDraw::popClipPath — Terminates a clip path definition
ImagickDraw::popDefs — Terminates a definition list
ImagickDraw::pop — Destroys the current ImagickDraw in the
stack, and returns to the previously pushed ImagickDraw
ImagickDraw::popPattern — Terminates a pattern definition
ImagickDraw::pushClipPath — Starts a clip path definition
ImagickDraw::pushDefs — Indicates that following commands
create named elements for early processing
ImagickDraw::push — Clones the current ImagickDraw and
pushes it to the stack
ImagickDraw::pushPattern — Indicates that subsequent
commands up to a ImagickDraw::opPattern() command comprise
the definition of a named pattern
ImagickDraw::rectangle — Draws a rectangle
ImagickDraw::render — Renders all preceding drawing commands
onto the image
ImagickDraw::rotate — Applies the specified rotation to the
current coordinate space
ImagickDraw::roundRectangle — Draws a rounted rectangle
ImagickDraw::scale — Adjusts the scaling factor
ImagickDraw::setClipPath — Associates a named clipping path
with the image
ImagickDraw::setClipRule — Set the polygon fill rule to be
used by the clipping path
ImagickDraw::setClipUnits — Sets the interpretation of clip
path units
ImagickDraw::setFillAlpha — Sets the opacity to use when
drawing using the fill color or fill texture
ImagickDraw::setFillColor — Sets the fill color to be used
for drawing filled objects
ImagickDraw::setFillOpacity — Sets the opacity to use when
drawing using the fill color or fill texture
ImagickDraw::setFillPatternURL — Sets the URL to use as a
fill pattern for filling objects
ImagickDraw::setFillRule — Sets the fill rule to use while
drawing polygons
ImagickDraw::setFontFamily — Sets the font family to use
when annotating with text
ImagickDraw::setFontSize — Sets the font pointsize to use
when annotating with text
ImagickDraw::setFontStretch — Sets the font stretch to use
when annotating with text
ImagickDraw::setFontStyle — Sets the font style to use when
annotating with text
ImagickDraw::setFontWeight — Sets the font weight
ImagickDraw::setFont — Sets the fully-specified font to use
when annotating with text
ImagickDraw::setGravity — Sets the text placement gravity
ImagickDraw::setStrokeAlpha — Specifies the opacity of
stroked object outlines
ImagickDraw::setStrokeAntialias — Controls whether stroked
outlines are antialiased
ImagickDraw::setStrokeColor — Sets the color used for
stroking object outlines
ImagickDraw::setStrokeDashArray — Specifies the pattern of
dashes and gaps used to stroke paths
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ImagickDraw::setStrokeDashArray — Specifies the pattern of
dashes and gaps used to stroke paths
ImagickDraw::setStrokeDashOffset — Specifies the offset into
the dash pattern to start the dash
ImagickDraw::setStrokeLineCap — Specifies the shape to be
used at the end of open subpaths when they are stroked
ImagickDraw::setStrokeLineJoin — Specifies the shape to be
used at the corners of paths when they are stroked
ImagickDraw::setStrokeMiterLimit — Specifies the miter limit
ImagickDraw::setStrokeOpacity — Specifies the opacity of
stroked object outlines
ImagickDraw::setStrokePatternURL — Sets the pattern used for
stroking object outlines
ImagickDraw::setStrokeWidth — Sets the width of the stroke
used to draw object outlines
ImagickDraw::setTextAlignment — Specifies a text alignment
ImagickDraw::setTextAntialias — Controls whether text is
antialiased
ImagickDraw::setTextDecoration — Specifies a decoration
ImagickDraw::setTextEncoding — Specifies specifies the text
code set
ImagickDraw::setTextUnderColor — Specifies the color of a
background rectangle
ImagickDraw::setVectorGraphics — Sets the vector graphics
ImagickDraw::setViewbox — Sets the overall canvas size
ImagickDraw::skewX — Skews the current coordinate system in
the horizontal direction
ImagickDraw::skewY — Skews the current coordinate system in
the vertical direction
ImagickDraw::translate — Applies a translation to the
current coordinate system
ImagickPixel::clear — Clears resources associated with this
object
ImagickPixel::__construct — The ImagickPixel constructor
ImagickPixel::destroy — Deallocates resources associated
with this object
ImagickPixel::getColor — Returns the color
ImagickPixel::getColorCount — Returns the color count
associated with this color
ImagickPixel::getColorValue — Gets the normalized value of
the provided color channel
ImagickPixel::getHSL — Returns the normalized HSL color of
the ImagickPixel object
ImagickPixel::isSimilar — Check the distance between this
color and another
ImagickPixel::setColorValue — Sets the normalized value of
one of the channels
ImagickPixel::setColor — Sets the color
ImagickPixel::setHSL — Sets the normalized HSL color
ImagickPixelIterator::clear — Clear resources associated
with a PixelIterator
ImagickPixelIterator::__construct — The ImagickPixelIterator
constructor
ImagickPixelIterator::destroy — Deallocates resources
associated with a PixelIterator
ImagickPixelIterator::getCurrentIteratorRow — Returns the
current row of ImagickPixel objects
ImagickPixelIterator::getIteratorRow — Returns the current
pixel iterator row
ImagickPixelIterator::getNextIteratorRow — Returns the next
row of the pixel iterator
ImagickPixelIterator::getPreviousIteratorRow — Returns the
previous row
ImagickPixelIterator::newPixelIterator — Returns a new pixel
iterator
ImagickPixelIterator::newPixelRegionIterator — Returns a new
pixel iterator
ImagickPixelIterator::resetIterator — Resets the pixel iterator
ImagickPixelIterator::setIteratorFirstRow — Sets the pixel
iterator to the first pixel row
ImagickPixelIterator::setIteratorLastRow — Sets the pixel
iterator to the last pixel row
ImagickPixelIterator::setIteratorRow — Set the pixel
iterator row
ImagickPixelIterator::syncIterator — Syncs the pixel iterator



LXVII. IMAP

imap_8bit — Convert an 8bit string to a quoted-printable string
imap_alerts — Returns all IMAP alert messages that have occurred
imap_append — Append a string message to a specified mailbox
imap_base64 — Decode BASE64 encoded text
imap_binary — Convert an 8bit string to a base64 string
imap_body — Read the message body
imap_bodystruct — Read the structure of a specified body
section of a specific message
imap_check — Check current mailbox
imap_clearflag_full — Clears flags on messages
imap_close — Close an IMAP stream
imap_createmailbox — Create a new mailbox
imap_delete — Mark a message for deletion from current mailbox
imap_deletemailbox — Delete a mailbox
imap_errors — Returns all of the IMAP errors that have occured
imap_expunge — Delete all messages marked for deletion
imap_fetch_overview — Read an overview of the information in
the headers of the given message
imap_fetchbody — Fetch a particular section of the body of
the message
imap_fetchheader — Returns header for a message
imap_fetchstructure — Read the structure of a particular message
imap_get_quota — Retrieve the quota level settings, and
usage statics per mailbox
imap_get_quotaroot — Retrieve the quota settings per user
imap_getacl — Gets the ACL for a given mailbox
imap_getmailboxes — Read the list of mailboxes, returning
detailed information on each one
imap_getsubscribed — List all the subscribed mailboxes
imap_header — Alias of imap_headerinfo()
imap_headerinfo — Read the header of the message
imap_headers — Returns headers for all messages in a mailbox
imap_last_error — Gets the last IMAP error that occurred
during this page request
imap_list — Read the list of mailboxes
imap_listmailbox — Alias of imap_list()
imap_listscan — Returns the list of mailboxes that matches
the given text
imap_listsubscribed — Alias of imap_lsub()
imap_lsub — List all the subscribed mailboxes
imap_mail_compose — Create a MIME message based on given
envelope and body sections
imap_mail_copy — Copy specified messages to a mailbox
imap_mail_move — Move specified messages to a mailbox
imap_mail — Send an email message
imap_mailboxmsginfo — Get information about the current mailbox
imap_mime_header_decode — Decode MIME header elements
imap_msgno — Gets the message sequence number for the given UID
imap_num_msg — Gets the number of messages in the current
mailbox
imap_num_recent — Gets the number of recent messages in
current mailbox
imap_open — Open an IMAP stream to a mailbox
imap_ping — Check if the IMAP stream is still active
imap_qprint — Convert a quoted-printable string to an 8 bit
string
imap_renamemailbox — Rename an old mailbox to new mailbox
imap_reopen — Reopen IMAP stream to new mailbox
imap_rfc822_parse_adrlist — Parses an address string
imap_rfc822_parse_headers — Parse mail headers from a string
imap_rfc822_write_address — Returns a properly formatted
email address given the mailbox, host, and personal info
imap_savebody — Save a specific body section to a file
imap_scanmailbox — Alias of imap_listscan()
imap_search — This function returns an array of messages
matching the given search criteria
imap_set_quota — Sets a quota for a given mailbox
imap_setacl — Sets the ACL for a giving mailbox
imap_setflag_full — Sets flags on messages
imap_sort — Gets and sort messages
imap_status — Returns status information on a mailbox
imap_subscribe — Subscribe to a mailbox
imap_thread — Returns a tree of threaded message
imap_timeout — Set or fetch imap timeout
imap_uid — This function returns the UID for the given
message sequence number
imap_undelete — Unmark the message which is marked deleted
imap_unsubscribe — Unsubscribe from a mailbox
imap_utf7_decode — Decodes a modified UTF-7 encoded string
imap_utf7_encode — Converts ISO-8859-1 string to modified
UTF-7 text
imap_utf8 — Converts MIME-encoded text to UTF-8



LXVIII. Informix

ifx_affected_rows — Get number of rows affected by a query
ifx_blobinfile_mode — Set the default blob mode for all
select queries
ifx_byteasvarchar — Set the default byte mode
ifx_close — Close Informix connection
ifx_connect — Open Informix server connection
ifx_copy_blob — Duplicates the given blob object
ifx_create_blob — Creates an blob object
ifx_create_char — Creates an char object
ifx_do — Execute a previously prepared SQL-statement
ifx_error — Returns error code of last Informix call
ifx_errormsg — Returns error message of last Informix call
ifx_fetch_row — Get row as an associative array
ifx_fieldproperties — List of SQL fieldproperties
ifx_fieldtypes — List of Informix SQL fields
ifx_free_blob — Deletes the blob object
ifx_free_char — Deletes the char object
ifx_free_result — Releases resources for the query
ifx_get_blob — Return the content of a blob object
ifx_get_char — Return the content of the char object
ifx_getsqlca — Get the contents of sqlca.sqlerrd[0..5] after
a query
ifx_htmltbl_result — Formats all rows of a query into a HTML
table
ifx_nullformat — Sets the default return value on a fetch row
ifx_num_fields — Returns the number of columns in the query
ifx_num_rows — Count the rows already fetched from a query
ifx_pconnect — Open persistent Informix connection
ifx_prepare — Prepare an SQL-statement for execution
ifx_query — Send Informix query
ifx_textasvarchar — Set the default text mode
ifx_update_blob — Updates the content of the blob object
ifx_update_char — Updates the content of the char object
ifxus_close_slob — Deletes the slob object
ifxus_create_slob — Creates an slob object and opens it
ifxus_free_slob — Deletes the slob object
ifxus_open_slob — Opens an slob object
ifxus_read_slob — Reads nbytes of the slob object
ifxus_seek_slob — Sets the current file or seek position
ifxus_tell_slob — Returns the current file or seek position
ifxus_write_slob — Writes a string into the slob object



LXIX. Informix (PDO)

PDO_INFORMIX DSN — Connecting to Informix databases



LXX. Ingres II

ingres_autocommit — Switch autocommit on or off
ingres_close — Close an Ingres II database connection
ingres_commit — Commit a transaction
ingres_connect — Open a connection to an Ingres database
ingres_cursor — Gets a cursor name for a given link resource
ingres_errno — Gets the last ingres error number generated
ingres_error — Gets a meaningful error message for the last
error generated
ingres_errsqlstate — Gets the last SQLSTATE error code generated
ingres_fetch_array — Fetch a row of result into an array
ingres_fetch_object — Fetch a row of result into an object
ingres_fetch_row — Fetch a row of result into an enumerated
array
ingres_field_length — Get the length of a field
ingres_field_name — Get the name of a field in a query result
ingres_field_nullable — Test if a field is nullable
ingres_field_precision — Get the precision of a field
ingres_field_scale — Get the scale of a field
ingres_field_type — Get the type of a field in a query result
ingres_num_fields — Get the number of fields returned by the
last query
ingres_num_rows — Get the number of rows affected or
returned by the last query
ingres_pconnect — Open a persistent connection to an Ingres
II database
ingres_query — Send a SQL query to Ingres II
ingres_rollback — Roll back a transaction



LXXI. IRC Gateway

ircg_channel_mode — Set channel mode flags for user
ircg_disconnect — Close connection to server
ircg_eval_ecmascript_params — Decodes a list of JS-encoded
parameters
ircg_fetch_error_msg — Returns the error from previous IRCG
operation
ircg_get_username — Get username for connection
ircg_html_encode — Encodes HTML preserving output
ircg_ignore_add — Add a user to your ignore list on a server
ircg_ignore_del — Remove a user from your ignore list on a
server
ircg_invite — Invites nickname to channel
ircg_is_conn_alive — Check connection status
ircg_join — Join a channel on a connected server
ircg_kick — Kick a user out of a channel on server
ircg_list — List topic/user count of channel(s)
ircg_lookup_format_messages — Check for the existence of a
format message set
ircg_lusers — IRC network statistics
ircg_msg — Send message to channel or user on server
ircg_names — Query visible usernames
ircg_nick — Change nickname on server
ircg_nickname_escape — Encode special characters in nickname
to be IRC-compliant
ircg_nickname_unescape — Decodes encoded nickname
ircg_notice — Send a notice to a user on server
ircg_oper — Elevates privileges to IRC OPER
ircg_part — Leave a channel on server
ircg_pconnect — Connect to an IRC server
ircg_register_format_messages — Register a format message set
ircg_set_current — Set current connection for output
ircg_set_file — Set logfile for connection
ircg_set_on_die — Set action to be executed when connection dies
ircg_topic — Set topic for channel on server
ircg_who — Queries server for WHO information
ircg_whois — Query server for user information



LXXII. Java

java_last_exception_clear — Clear last Java exception
java_last_exception_get — Get last Java exception



LXXIII. JSON

json_decode — Decodes a JSON string
json_encode — Returns the JSON representation of a value



LXXIV. kadm5

kadm5_chpass_principal — Changes the principal's password
kadm5_create_principal — Creates a kerberos principal with
the given parameters
kadm5_delete_principal — Deletes a kerberos principal
kadm5_destroy — Closes the connection to the admin server
and releases all related resources
kadm5_flush — Flush all changes to the Kerberos database,
leaving the connection to the Kerberos admin server open
kadm5_get_policies — Gets all policies from the Kerberos
database
kadm5_get_principal — Gets the principal's entries from the
Kerberos database
kadm5_get_principals — Gets all principals from the Kerberos
database
kadm5_init_with_password — Opens a connection to the KADM5
library and initializes any neccessary state information
kadm5_modify_principal — Modifies a kerberos principal with
the given parameters



LXXV. LDAP

ldap_8859_to_t61 — Translate 8859 characters to t61 characters
ldap_add — Add entries to LDAP directory
ldap_bind — Bind to LDAP directory
ldap_close — Alias of ldap_unbind()
ldap_compare — Compare value of attribute found in entry
specified with DN
ldap_connect — Connect to an LDAP server
ldap_count_entries — Count the number of entries in a search
ldap_delete — Delete an entry from a directory
ldap_dn2ufn — Convert DN to User Friendly Naming format
ldap_err2str — Convert LDAP error number into string error
message
ldap_errno — Return the LDAP error number of the last LDAP
command
ldap_error — Return the LDAP error message of the last LDAP
command
ldap_explode_dn — Splits DN into its component parts
ldap_first_attribute — Return first attribute
ldap_first_entry — Return first result id
ldap_first_reference — Return first reference
ldap_free_result — Free result memory
ldap_get_attributes — Get attributes from a search result entry
ldap_get_dn — Get the DN of a result entry
ldap_get_entries — Get all result entries
ldap_get_option — Get the current value for given option
ldap_get_values_len — Get all binary values from a result entry
ldap_get_values — Get all values from a result entry
ldap_list — Single-level search
ldap_mod_add — Add attribute values to current attributes
ldap_mod_del — Delete attribute values from current attributes
ldap_mod_replace — Replace attribute values with new ones
ldap_modify — Modify an LDAP entry
ldap_next_attribute — Get the next attribute in result
ldap_next_entry — Get next result entry
ldap_next_reference — Get next reference
ldap_parse_reference — Extract information from reference entry
ldap_parse_result — Extract information from result
ldap_read — Read an entry
ldap_rename — Modify the name of an entry
ldap_sasl_bind — Bind to LDAP directory using SASL
ldap_search — Search LDAP tree
ldap_set_option — Set the value of the given option
ldap_set_rebind_proc — Set a callback function to do
re-binds on referral chasing
ldap_sort — Sort LDAP result entries
ldap_start_tls — Start TLS
ldap_t61_to_8859 — Translate t61 characters to 8859 characters
ldap_unbind — Unbind from LDAP directory



LXXVI. libxml

libxml_clear_errors — Clear libxml error buffer 
libxml_get_errors — Retrieve array of errors 
libxml_get_last_error — Retrieve last error from libxml 
libxml_set_streams_context — Set the streams context for the
next libxml document load or write 
libxml_use_internal_errors — Disable libxml errors and allow
user to fetch error information as needed 



LXXVII. Lotus Notes

notes_body — Open the message msg_number in the specified
mailbox on the specified server (leave serv
notes_copy_db — Copy a Lotus Notes database
notes_create_db — Create a Lotus Notes database
notes_create_note — Create a note using form form_name
notes_drop_db — Drop a Lotus Notes database
notes_find_note — Returns a note id found in database_name
notes_header_info — Open the message msg_number in the
specified mailbox on the specified server (leave serv
notes_list_msgs — Returns the notes from a selected
database_name
notes_mark_read — Mark a note_id as read for the User user_name
notes_mark_unread — Mark a note_id as unread for the User
user_name
notes_nav_create — Create a navigator name, in database_name
notes_search — Find notes that match keywords in database_name
notes_unread — Returns the unread note id's for the current
User user_name
notes_version — Get the version Lotus Notes



LXXVIII. LZF

lzf_compress — LZF compression 
lzf_decompress — LZF decompression 
lzf_optimized_for — Determines what LZF extension was
optimized for 



LXXIX. Mail

ezmlm_hash — Calculate the hash value needed by EZMLM
mail — Send mail



LXXX. Mailparse

mailparse_determine_best_xfer_encoding — Gets the best way
of encoding
mailparse_msg_create — Create a mime mail resource
mailparse_msg_extract_part_file — Extracts/decodes a message
section
mailparse_msg_extract_part — Extracts/decodes a message section 
mailparse_msg_extract_whole_part_file — Extracts a message
section including headers without decoding the transfer encoding
mailparse_msg_free — Frees a MIME resource
mailparse_msg_get_part_data — Returns an associative array
of info about the message
mailparse_msg_get_part — Returns a handle on a given section
in a mimemessage
mailparse_msg_get_structure — Returns an array of mime
section names in the supplied message
mailparse_msg_parse_file — Parses a file
mailparse_msg_parse — Incrementally parse data into buffer
mailparse_rfc822_parse_addresses — Parse RFC 822 compliant
addresses
mailparse_stream_encode — Streams data from source file
pointer, apply encoding and write to destfp 
mailparse_uudecode_all — Scans the data from fp and extract
each embedded uuencoded file 



LXXXI. Math

abs — Absolute value
acos — Arc cosine
acosh — Inverse hyperbolic cosine
asin — Arc sine
asinh — Inverse hyperbolic sine
atan2 — Arc tangent of two variables
atan — Arc tangent
atanh — Inverse hyperbolic tangent
base_convert — Convert a number between arbitrary bases
bindec — Binary to decimal
ceil — Round fractions up
cos — Cosine
cosh — Hyperbolic cosine
decbin — Decimal to binary
dechex — Decimal to hexadecimal
decoct — Decimal to octal
deg2rad — Converts the number in degrees to the radian
equivalent 
exp — Calculates the exponent of e
expm1 — Returns exp(number) - 1, computed in a way that is
accurate even when the value of number is close to zero 
floor — Round fractions down
fmod — Returns the floating point remainder (modulo) of the
division of the arguments
getrandmax — Show largest possible random value
hexdec — Hexadecimal to decimal
hypot — Calculate the length of the hypotenuse of a
right-angle triangle 
is_finite — Finds whether a value is a legal finite number
is_infinite — Finds whether a value is infinite
is_nan — Finds whether a value is not a number
lcg_value — Combined linear congruential generator
log10 — Base-10 logarithm
log1p — Returns log(1 + number), computed in a way that is
accurate even when the value of number is close to zero 
log — Natural logarithm
max — Find highest value
min — Find lowest value
mt_getrandmax — Show largest possible random value
mt_rand — Generate a better random value
mt_srand — Seed the better random number generator
octdec — Octal to decimal
pi — Get value of pi
pow — Exponential expression
rad2deg — Converts the radian number to the equivalent
number in degrees 
rand — Generate a random integer
round — Rounds a float
sin — Sine
sinh — Hyperbolic sine
sqrt — Square root
srand — Seed the random number generator
tan — Tangent
tanh — Hyperbolic tangent



LXXXII. MaxDB

maxdb_affected_rows — Gets the number of affected rows in a
previous MaxDB operation
maxdb_autocommit — Turns on or off auto-commiting database
modifications
maxdb_bind_param — Alias of maxdb_stmt_bind_param()
maxdb_bind_result — Alias of maxdb_stmt_bind_result()
maxdb_change_user — Changes the user of the specified
database connection
maxdb_character_set_name — Returns the default character set
for the database connection
maxdb_client_encoding — Alias of maxdb_character_set_name()
maxdb_close_long_data — Alias of maxdb_stmt_close_long_data()
maxdb_close — Closes a previously opened database connection
maxdb_commit — Commits the current transaction
maxdb_connect_errno — Returns the error code from last
connect call
maxdb_connect_error — Returns a string description of the
last connect error
maxdb_connect — Open a new connection to the MaxDB server
maxdb_data_seek — Adjusts the result pointer to an arbitary
row in the result
maxdb_debug — Performs debugging operations
maxdb_disable_reads_from_master — Disable reads from master
maxdb_disable_rpl_parse — Disable RPL parse
maxdb_dump_debug_info — Dump debugging information into the log
maxdb_embedded_connect — Open a connection to an embedded
MaxDB server
maxdb_enable_reads_from_master — Enable reads from master
maxdb_enable_rpl_parse — Enable RPL parse
maxdb_errno — Returns the error code for the most recent
function call
maxdb_error — Returns a string description of the last error
maxdb_escape_string — Alias of maxdb_real_escape_string()
maxdb_execute — Alias of maxdb_stmt_execute()
maxdb_fetch_array — Fetch a result row as an associative, a
numeric array, or both
maxdb_fetch_assoc — Fetch a result row as an associative array
maxdb_fetch_field_direct — Fetch meta-data for a single field
maxdb_fetch_field — Returns the next field in the result set
maxdb_fetch_fields — Returns an array of resources
representing the fields in a result set
maxdb_fetch_lengths — Returns the lengths of the columns of
the current row in the result set
maxdb_fetch_object — Returns the current row of a result set
as an object
maxdb_fetch_row — Get a result row as an enumerated array
maxdb_fetch — Alias of maxdb_stmt_fetch()
maxdb_field_count — Returns the number of columns for the
most recent query
maxdb_field_seek — Set result pointer to a specified field
offset
maxdb_field_tell — Get current field offset of a result pointer
maxdb_free_result — Frees the memory associated with a result
maxdb_get_client_info — Returns the MaxDB client version as
a string
maxdb_get_client_version — Get MaxDB client info
maxdb_get_host_info — Returns a string representing the type
of connection used
maxdb_get_metadata — Alias of maxdb_stmt_result_metadata()
maxdb_get_proto_info — Returns the version of the MaxDB
protocol used
maxdb_get_server_info — Returns the version of the MaxDB server
maxdb_get_server_version — Returns the version of the MaxDB
server as an integer
maxdb_info — Retrieves information about the most recently
executed query
maxdb_init — Initializes MaxDB and returns an resource for
use with maxdb_real_connect
maxdb_insert_id — Returns the auto generated id used in the
last query
maxdb_kill — Disconnects from a MaxDB server
maxdb_master_query — Enforce execution of a query on the
master in a master/slave setup
maxdb_more_results — Check if there any more query results
from a multi query
maxdb_multi_query — Performs a query on the database
maxdb_next_result — Prepare next result from multi_query
maxdb_num_fields — Get the number of fields in a result
maxdb_num_rows — Gets the number of rows in a result
maxdb_options — Set options
maxdb_param_count — Alias of maxdb_stmt_param_count()
maxdb_ping — Pings a server connection, or tries to
reconnect if the connection has gone down
maxdb_prepare — Prepare a SQL statement for execution
maxdb_query — Performs a query on the database
maxdb_real_connect — Opens a connection to a MaxDB server
maxdb_real_escape_string — Escapes special characters in a
string for use in a SQL statement, taking into account the
current charset of the connection
maxdb_real_query — Execute an SQL query
maxdb_report — Enables or disables internal report functions
maxdb_rollback — Rolls back current transaction
maxdb_rpl_parse_enabled — Check if RPL parse is enabled
maxdb_rpl_probe — RPL probe
maxdb_rpl_query_type — Returns RPL query type
maxdb_select_db — Selects the default database for database
queries
maxdb_send_long_data — Alias of maxdb_stmt_send_long_data()
maxdb_send_query — Send the query and return
maxdb_server_end — Shut down the embedded server
maxdb_server_init — Initialize embedded server
maxdb_set_opt — Alias of maxdb_options()
maxdb_sqlstate — Returns the SQLSTATE error from previous
MaxDB operation
maxdb_ssl_set — Used for establishing secure connections
using SSL
maxdb_stat — Gets the current system status
maxdb_stmt_affected_rows — Returns the total number of rows
changed, deleted, or inserted by the last executed statement 
maxdb_stmt_bind_param — Binds variables to a prepared
statement as parameters
maxdb_stmt_bind_result — Binds variables to a prepared
statement for result storage
maxdb_stmt_close_long_data — Ends a sequence of
maxdb_stmt_send_long_data()
maxdb_stmt_close — Closes a prepared statement
maxdb_stmt_data_seek — Seeks to an arbitray row in statement
result set
maxdb_stmt_errno — Returns the error code for the most
recent statement call
maxdb_stmt_error — Returns a string description for last
statement error
maxdb_stmt_execute — Executes a prepared Query
maxdb_stmt_fetch — Fetch results from a prepared statement
into the bound variables
maxdb_stmt_free_result — Frees stored result memory for the
given statement handle
maxdb_stmt_init — Initializes a statement and returns an
resource for use with maxdb_stmt_prepare
maxdb_stmt_num_rows — Return the number of rows in
statements result set
maxdb_stmt_param_count — Returns the number of parameter for
the given statement
maxdb_stmt_prepare — Prepare a SQL statement for execution
maxdb_stmt_reset — Resets a prepared statement
maxdb_stmt_result_metadata — Returns result set metadata
from a prepared statement
maxdb_stmt_send_long_data — Send data in blocks
maxdb_stmt_sqlstate — Returns SQLSTATE error from previous
statement operation
maxdb_stmt_store_result — Transfers a result set from a
prepared statement
maxdb_store_result — Transfers a result set from the last query
maxdb_thread_id — Returns the thread ID for the current
connection
maxdb_thread_safe — Returns whether thread safety is given
or not
maxdb_use_result — Initiate a result set retrieval
maxdb_warning_count — Returns the number of warnings from
the last query for the given link



LXXXIII. MCAL

mcal_append_event — Store a new event into an MCAL calendar
mcal_close — Close an MCAL stream
mcal_create_calendar — Create a new MCAL calendar 
mcal_date_compare — Compares two dates
mcal_date_valid — Returns TRUE if the given year, month, day
is a valid date 
mcal_day_of_week — Returns the day of the week of the given
date 
mcal_day_of_year — Returns the day of the year of the given
date 
mcal_days_in_month — Returns the number of days in a month 
mcal_delete_calendar — Delete an MCAL calendar
mcal_delete_event — Delete an event from an MCAL calendar
mcal_event_add_attribute — Adds an attribute and a value to
the streams global event structure 
mcal_event_init — Initializes a streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_alarm — Sets the alarm of the streams global
event structure 
mcal_event_set_category — Sets the category of the streams
global event structure 
mcal_event_set_class — Sets the class of the streams global
event structure 
mcal_event_set_description — Sets the description of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_end — Sets the end date and time of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_recur_daily — Sets the recurrence of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_recur_monthly_mday — Sets the recurrence of
the streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_recur_monthly_wday — Sets the recurrence of
the streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_recur_none — Sets the recurrence of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_recur_weekly — Sets the recurrence of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_recur_yearly — Sets the recurrence of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_start — Sets the start date and time of the
streams global event structure 
mcal_event_set_title — Sets the title of the streams global
event structure 
mcal_expunge — Deletes all events marked for being expunged 
mcal_fetch_current_stream_event — Returns an object
containing the current streams event structure 
mcal_fetch_event — Fetches an event from the calendar stream 
mcal_is_leap_year — Returns if the given year is a leap year
or not 
mcal_list_alarms — Return a list of events that has an alarm
triggered at the given datetime 
mcal_list_events — Return a list of IDs for a date or a
range of dates 
mcal_next_recurrence — Returns the next recurrence of the event
mcal_open — Opens up an MCAL connection
mcal_popen — Opens up a persistent MCAL connection
mcal_rename_calendar — Rename an MCAL calendar 
mcal_reopen — Reopens an MCAL connection
mcal_snooze — Turn off an alarm for an event
mcal_store_event — Modify an existing event in an MCAL calendar
mcal_time_valid — Returns TRUE if the given hour, minutes
and seconds is a valid time 
mcal_week_of_year — Returns the week number of the given date 



LXXXIV. mcrypt

mcrypt_cbc — Encrypt/decrypt data in CBC mode
mcrypt_cfb — Encrypt/decrypt data in CFB mode
mcrypt_create_iv — Create an initialization vector (IV) from
a random source 
mcrypt_decrypt — Decrypts crypttext with given parameters
mcrypt_ecb — Deprecated: Encrypt/decrypt data in ECB mode
mcrypt_enc_get_algorithms_name — Returns the name of the
opened algorithm
mcrypt_enc_get_block_size — Returns the blocksize of the
opened algorithm
mcrypt_enc_get_iv_size — Returns the size of the IV of the
opened algorithm
mcrypt_enc_get_key_size — Returns the maximum supported
keysize of the opened mode
mcrypt_enc_get_modes_name — Returns the name of the opened mode
mcrypt_enc_get_supported_key_sizes — Returns an array with
the supported keysizes of the opened algorithm
mcrypt_enc_is_block_algorithm_mode — Checks whether the
encryption of the opened mode works on blocks
mcrypt_enc_is_block_algorithm — Checks whether the algorithm
of the opened mode is a block algorithm
mcrypt_enc_is_block_mode — Checks whether the opened mode
outputs blocks
mcrypt_enc_self_test — This function runs a self test on the
opened module
mcrypt_encrypt — Encrypts plaintext with given parameters
mcrypt_generic_deinit — This function deinitializes an
encryption module 
mcrypt_generic_end — This function terminates encryption
mcrypt_generic_init — This function initializes all buffers
needed for encryption
mcrypt_generic — This function encrypts data
mcrypt_get_block_size — Get the block size of the specified
cipher
mcrypt_get_cipher_name — Get the name of the specified cipher
mcrypt_get_iv_size — Returns the size of the IV belonging to
a specific cipher/mode combination 
mcrypt_get_key_size — Get the key size of the specified cipher
mcrypt_list_algorithms — Get an array of all supported ciphers
mcrypt_list_modes — Get an array of all supported modes
mcrypt_module_close — Close the mcrypt module 
mcrypt_module_get_algo_block_size — Returns the blocksize of
the specified algorithm
mcrypt_module_get_algo_key_size — Returns the maximum
supported keysize of the opened mode
mcrypt_module_get_supported_key_sizes — Returns an array
with the supported keysizes of the opened algorithm
mcrypt_module_is_block_algorithm_mode — Returns if the
specified module is a block algorithm or not
mcrypt_module_is_block_algorithm — This function checks
whether the specified algorithm is a block algorithm
mcrypt_module_is_block_mode — Returns if the specified mode
outputs blocks or not
mcrypt_module_open — Opens the module of the algorithm and
the mode to be used
mcrypt_module_self_test — This function runs a self test on
the specified module
mcrypt_ofb — Encrypt/decrypt data in OFB mode
mdecrypt_generic — Decrypt data



LXXXV. MCVE

m_checkstatus — Check to see if a transaction has completed
m_completeauthorizations — Number of complete authorizations
in queue, returning an array of their identifiers
m_connect — Establish the connection to MCVE
m_connectionerror — Get a textual representation of why a
connection failed
m_deletetrans — Delete specified transaction from MCVE_CONN
structure
m_destroyconn — Destroy the connection and MCVE_CONN structure
m_destroyengine — Free memory associated with IP/SSL
connectivity
m_getcell — Get a specific cell from a comma delimited
response by column name
m_getcellbynum — Get a specific cell from a comma delimited
response by column number
m_getcommadelimited — Get the RAW comma delimited data
returned from MCVE
m_getheader — Get the name of the column in a
comma-delimited response
m_initconn — Create and initialize an MCVE_CONN structure
m_initengine — Ready the client for IP/SSL Communication
m_iscommadelimited — Checks to see if response is comma
delimited
m_maxconntimeout — The maximum amount of time the API will
attempt a connection to MCVE
m_monitor — Perform communication with MCVE (send/receive
data) Non-blocking
m_numcolumns — Number of columns returned in a comma
delimited response
m_numrows — Number of rows returned in a comma delimited
response
m_parsecommadelimited — Parse the comma delimited response
so m_getcell, etc will work
m_responsekeys — Returns array of strings which represents
the keys that can be used for response parameters on this
transaction
m_responseparam — Get a custom response parameter
m_returnstatus — Check to see if the transaction was successful
m_setblocking — Set blocking/non-blocking mode for connection
m_setdropfile — Set the connection method to Drop-File
m_setip — Set the connection method to IP
m_setssl_cafile — Set SSL CA (Certificate Authority) file
for verification of server certificate
m_setssl_files — Set certificate key files and certificates
if server requires client certificate verification
m_setssl — Set the connection method to SSL
m_settimeout — Set maximum transaction time (per trans)
m_sslcert_gen_hash — Generate hash for SSL client
certificate verification
m_transactionssent — Check to see if outgoing buffer is clear
m_transinqueue — Number of transactions in client-queue
m_transkeyval — Add key/value pair to a transaction.
Replaces deprecated transparam()
m_transnew — Start a new transaction
m_transsend — Finalize and send the transaction
m_uwait — Wait x microsecs
m_validateidentifier — Whether or not to validate the passed
identifier on any transaction it is passed to
m_verifyconnection — Set whether or not to PING upon connect
to verify connection
m_verifysslcert — Set whether or not to verify the server
ssl certificate



LXXXVI. Memcache

Memcache::add — Add an item to the server
Memcache::addServer — Add a memcached server to connection pool
Memcache::close — Close memcached server connection
Memcache::connect — Open memcached server connection
memcache_debug — Turn debug output on/off
Memcache::decrement — Decrement item's value
Memcache::delete — Delete item from the server
Memcache::flush — Flush all existing items at the server
Memcache::get — Retrieve item from the server
Memcache::getExtendedStats — Get statistics from all servers
in pool
Memcache::getServerStatus — Returns server status
Memcache::getStats — Get statistics of the server
Memcache::getVersion — Return version of the server
Memcache::increment — Increment item's value
Memcache::pconnect — Open memcached server persistent connection
Memcache::replace — Replace value of the existing item
Memcache::set — Store data at the server
Memcache::setCompressThreshold — Enable automatic
compression of large values
Memcache::setServerParams — Changes server parameters and
status at runtime



LXXXVII. mhash

mhash_count — Get the highest available hash id
mhash_get_block_size — Get the block size of the specified hash
mhash_get_hash_name — Get the name of the specified hash
mhash_keygen_s2k — Generates a key
mhash — Compute hash



LXXXVIII. Mimetype

mime_content_type — Detect MIME Content-type for a file
(deprecated)



LXXXIX. Ming (flash)

SWFAction — SWFAction Class
SWFAction->__construct() — Creates a new SWFAction
SWFBitmap — SWFBitmap Class
SWFBitmap->__construct() — Loads Bitmap object
SWFBitmap->getHeight() — Returns the bitmap's height
SWFBitmap->getWidth() — Returns the bitmap's width
SWFButton — SWFButton Class
SWFButton->__construct() — Creates a new Button
SWFButton->addAction() — Adds an action
SWFButton->addASound() — Associates a sound with a button
transition
SWFButton->addShape() — Adds a shape to a button
SWFButton->setAction() — Sets the action
SWFButton->setDown() — Alias for addShape(shape, SWFBUTTON_DOWN)
SWFButton->setHit() — Alias for addShape(shape, SWFBUTTON_HIT)
SWFButton->setMenu() — enable track as menu button behaviour
SWFButton->setOver() — Alias for addShape(shape, SWFBUTTON_OVER)
SWFButton->setUp() — Alias for addShape(shape, SWFBUTTON_UP)
SWFDisplayItem — SWFDisplayItem Class
SWFDisplayItem->addAction() — Adds this SWFAction to the
given SWFSprite instance
SWFDisplayItem->addColor() — Adds the given color to this
item's color transform
SWFDisplayItem->endMask() — Another way of defining a MASK layer
SWFDisplayItem->getRot()
SWFDisplayItem->getX()
SWFDisplayItem->getXScale()
SWFDisplayItem->getXSkew()
SWFDisplayItem->getY()
SWFDisplayItem->getYScale()
SWFDisplayItem->getYSkew()
SWFDisplayItem->move() — Moves object in relative coordinates
SWFDisplayItem->moveTo() — Moves object in global coordinates
SWFDisplayItem->multColor() — Multiplies the item's color
transform
SWFDisplayItem->remove() — Removes the object from the movie
SWFDisplayItem->rotate() — Rotates in relative coordinates
SWFDisplayItem->rotateTo() — Rotates the object in global
coordinates
SWFDisplayItem->scale() — Scales the object in relative
coordinates
SWFDisplayItem->scaleTo() — Scales the object in global
coordinates
SWFDisplayItem->setDepth() — Sets z-order
SWFDisplayItem->setMaskLevel() — Defines a MASK layer at level
SWFDisplayItem->setMatrix() — Sets the item's transform matrix
SWFDisplayItem->setName() — Sets the object's name
SWFDisplayItem->setRatio() — Sets the object's ratio
SWFDisplayItem->skewX() — Sets the X-skew
SWFDisplayItem->skewXTo() — Sets the X-skew
SWFDisplayItem->skewY() — Sets the Y-skew
SWFDisplayItem->skewYTo() — Sets the Y-skew
SWFFill — SWFFill Class
SWFFill->moveTo() — Moves fill origin
SWFFill->rotateTo() — Sets fill's rotation
SWFFill->scaleTo() — Sets fill's scale
SWFFill->skewXTo() — Sets fill x-skew
SWFFill->skewYTo() — Sets fill y-skew
SWFFont — SWFFont Class
SWFFont->__construct() — Loads a font definition
SWFFont->getAscent() — Returns the ascent of the font, or 0
if not available
SWFFont->getDescent() — Returns the descent of the font, or
0 if not available
SWFFont->getLeading() — Returns the leading of the font, or
0 if not available
SWFFont->getShape() — Returns the glyph shape of a char as a
text string
SWFFont->getUTF8Width() — Calculates the width of the given
string in this font at full height
SWFFont->getWidth() — Returns the string's width
SWFFontChar — SWFFontChar Class
SWFFontChar->addChars() — Adds characters to a font for
exporting font
SWFFontChar->addUTF8Chars() — Adds characters to a font for
exporting font
SWFGradient — SWFGradient Class
SWFGradient->__construct() — Creates a gradient object
SWFGradient->addEntry() — Adds an entry to the gradient list
SWFMorph — SWFMorph Class
SWFMorph->__construct() — Creates a new SWFMorph object
SWFMorph->getShape1() — Gets a handle to the starting shape
SWFMorph->getShape2() — Gets a handle to the ending shape
SWFMovie — SWFMovie Class
SWFMovie->__construct() — Creates a new movie object,
representing an SWF version 4 movie
SWFMovie->add() — Adds any type of data to a movie
SWFMovie->addExport()
SWFMovie->addFont()
SWFMovie->importChar()
SWFMovie->importFont()
SWFMovie->labelFrame() — Labels a frame
SWFMovie->nextFrame() — Moves to the next frame of the animation
SWFMovie->output() — Dumps your lovingly prepared movie out
SWFMovie->remove() — Removes the object instance from the
display list
SWFMovie->save() — Saves the SWF movie in a file
SWFMovie->saveToFile()
SWFMovie->setbackground() — Sets the background color
SWFMovie->setDimension() — Sets the movie's width and height
SWFMovie->setFrames() — Sets the total number of frames in
the animation
SWFMovie->setRate() — Sets the animation's frame rate
SWFMovie->startSound()
SWFMovie->stopSound()
SWFMovie->streamMP3() — Streams a MP3 file
SWFMovie->writeExports()
SWFPrebuiltClip — SWFPrebuiltClip Class
SWFPrebuiltClip->__construct() — Returns a SWFPrebuiltClip
object
SWFShape — SWFShape Class
SWFShape->__construct() — Creates a new shape object
SWFShape->addFill() — Adds a solid fill to the shape
SWFShape->drawArc() — Draws an arc of radius r centered at
the current location, from angle startAngle to angle
endAngle measured clockwise from 12 o'clock
SWFShape->drawCircle() — Draws a circle of radius r centered
at the current location, in a counter-clockwise fashion
SWFShape->drawCubic() — Draws a cubic bezier curve using the
current position and the three given points as control points
SWFShape->drawCubicTo() — Draws a cubic bezier curve using
the current position and the three given points as control
points
SWFShape->drawCurve() — Draws a curve (relative)
SWFShape->drawCurveTo() — Draws a curve
SWFShape->drawGlyph() — Draws the first character in the
given string into the shape using the glyph definition from
the given font
SWFShape->drawLine() — Draws a line (relative)
SWFShape->drawLineTo() — Draws a line
SWFShape->movePen() — Moves the shape's pen (relative)
SWFShape->movePenTo() — Moves the shape's pen
SWFShape->setLeftFill() — Sets left rasterizing color
SWFShape->setLine() — Sets the shape's line style
SWFShape->setRightFill() — Sets right rasterizing color
SWFSound — SWFSound Class
SWFSound — Returns a new SWFSound object from given file
SWFSoundInstance — SWFSoundInstance Class
SWFSoundInstance->loopCount()
SWFSoundInstance->loopInPoint()
SWFSoundInstance->loopOutPoint()
SWFSoundInstance->noMultiple()
SWFSprite — SWFSprite Class
SWFSprite->__construct() — Creates a movie clip (a sprite)
SWFSprite->add() — Adds an object to a sprite
SWFSprite->labelFrame() — Labels frame
SWFSprite->nextFrame() — Moves to the next frame of the
animation
SWFSprite->remove() — Removes an object to a sprite
SWFSprite->setFrames() — Sets the total number of frames in
the animation
SWFSprite->startSound()
SWFSprite->stopSound()
SWFText — SWFText Class
SWFText->__construct() — Creates a new SWFText object
SWFText->addString() — Draws a string
SWFText->addUTF8String() — Writes the given text into this
SWFText object at the current pen position, using the
current font, height, spacing, and color
SWFText->getAscent() — Returns the ascent of the current
font at its current size, or 0 if not available
SWFText->getDescent() — Returns the descent of the current
font at its current size, or 0 if not available
SWFText->getLeading() — Returns the leading of the current
font at its current size, or 0 if not available
SWFText->getUTF8Width() — calculates the width of the given
string in this text objects current font and size
SWFText->getWidth() — Computes string's width
SWFText->moveTo() — Moves the pen
SWFText->setColor() — Sets the current text color
SWFText->setFont() — Sets the current font
SWFText->setHeight() — Sets the current font height
SWFText->setSpacing() — Sets the current font spacing
SWFTextField — SWFTextField Class
SWFTextField->__construct() — Creates a text field object
SWFTextField->addChars() — adds characters to a font that
will be available within a textfield
SWFTextField->addString() — Concatenates the given string to
the text field
SWFTextField->align() — Sets the text field alignment
SWFTextField->setBounds() — Sets the text field width and height
SWFTextField->setColor() — Sets the color of the text field
SWFTextField->setFont() — Sets the text field font
SWFTextField->setHeight() — Sets the font height of this
text field font
SWFTextField->setIndentation() — Sets the indentation of the
first line
SWFTextField->setLeftMargin() — Sets the left margin width
of the text field
SWFTextField->setLineSpacing() — Sets the line spacing of
the text field
SWFTextField->setMargins() — Sets the margins width of the
text field
SWFTextField->setName() — Sets the variable name
SWFTextField->setPadding() — Sets the padding of this textfield
SWFTextField->setRightMargin() — Sets the right margin width
of the text field
SWFVideoStream — SWFVideoStream Class
SWFVideoStream->__construct() — Returns a SWFVideoStream object
SWFVideoStream->getNumFrames()
SWFVideoStream->setDimension()
ming_keypress — Returns the action flag for keyPress(char)
ming_setcubicthreshold — Set cubic threshold 
ming_setscale — Set scale 
ming_setswfcompression — Sets the SWF output compression
ming_useconstants — Use constant pool
ming_useswfversion — Sets the SWF version



XC. Misc.

connection_aborted — Check whether client disconnected
connection_status — Returns connection status bitfield
connection_timeout — Check if the script timed out
constant — Returns the value of a constant
define — Defines a named constant
defined — Checks whether a given named constant exists
die — Equivalent to exit()
eval — Evaluate a string as PHP code
exit — Output a message and terminate the current script
get_browser — Tells what the user's browser is capable of
__halt_compiler — Halts the compiler execution 
highlight_file — Syntax highlighting of a file
highlight_string — Syntax highlighting of a string
ignore_user_abort — Set whether a client disconnect should
abort script execution
pack — Pack data into binary string
php_check_syntax — Check the PHP syntax of (and execute) the
specified file 
php_strip_whitespace — Return source with stripped comments
and whitespace
show_source — Alias of highlight_file()
sleep — Delay execution
sys_getloadavg — Gets system load average
time_nanosleep — Delay for a number of seconds and nanoseconds
time_sleep_until — Make the script sleep until the specified
time 
uniqid — Generate a unique ID
unpack — Unpack data from binary string
usleep — Delay execution in microseconds



XCI. mnoGoSearch

udm_add_search_limit — Add various search limits
udm_alloc_agent_array — Allocate mnoGoSearch session
udm_alloc_agent — Allocate mnoGoSearch session
udm_api_version — Get mnoGoSearch API version
udm_cat_list — Get all the categories on the same level with
the current one
udm_cat_path — Get the path to the current category
udm_check_charset — Check if the given charset is known to
mnogosearch
udm_check_stored — Check connection to stored
udm_clear_search_limits — Clear all mnoGoSearch search
restrictions
udm_close_stored — Close connection to stored
udm_crc32 — Return CRC32 checksum of given string
udm_errno — Get mnoGoSearch error number
udm_error — Get mnoGoSearch error message
udm_find — Perform search
udm_free_agent — Free mnoGoSearch session
udm_free_ispell_data — Free memory allocated for ispell data
udm_free_res — Free mnoGoSearch result
udm_get_doc_count — Get total number of documents in database
udm_get_res_field — Fetch a result field
udm_get_res_param — Get mnoGoSearch result parameters
udm_hash32 — Return Hash32 checksum of gived string
udm_load_ispell_data — Load ispell data
udm_open_stored — Open connection to stored
udm_set_agent_param — Set mnoGoSearch agent session parameters



XCII. MS SQL Server

mssql_bind — Adds a parameter to a stored procedure or a
remote stored procedure
mssql_close — Close MS SQL Server connection
mssql_connect — Open MS SQL server connection
mssql_data_seek — Moves internal row pointer
mssql_execute — Executes a stored procedure on a MS SQL
server database
mssql_fetch_array — Fetch a result row as an associative
array, a numeric array, or both
mssql_fetch_assoc — Returns an associative array of the
current row in the result
mssql_fetch_batch — Returns the next batch of records
mssql_fetch_field — Get field information
mssql_fetch_object — Fetch row as object
mssql_fetch_row — Get row as enumerated array
mssql_field_length — Get the length of a field
mssql_field_name — Get the name of a field
mssql_field_seek — Seeks to the specified field offset
mssql_field_type — Gets the type of a field
mssql_free_result — Free result memory
mssql_free_statement — Free statement memory
mssql_get_last_message — Returns the last message from the
server
mssql_guid_string — Converts a 16 byte binary GUID to a string
mssql_init — Initializes a stored procedure or a remote
stored procedure
mssql_min_error_severity — Sets the lower error severity
mssql_min_message_severity — Sets the lower message severity
mssql_next_result — Move the internal result pointer to the
next result
mssql_num_fields — Gets the number of fields in result
mssql_num_rows — Gets the number of rows in result
mssql_pconnect — Open persistent MS SQL connection
mssql_query — Send MS SQL query
mssql_result — Get result data
mssql_rows_affected — Returns the number of records affected
by the query
mssql_select_db — Select MS SQL database



XCIII. MS SQL Server (PDO)

PDO_DBLIB DSN — Connecting to Microsoft SQL Server and
Sybase databases



XCIV. Msession

msession_connect — Connect to msession server
msession_count — Get session count
msession_create — Create a session
msession_destroy — Destroy a session
msession_disconnect — Close connection to msession server
msession_find — Find all sessions with name and value
msession_get_array — Get array of msession variables
msession_get_data — Get data session unstructured data
msession_get — Get value from session
msession_inc — Increment value in session
msession_list — List all sessions
msession_listvar — List sessions with variable
msession_lock — Lock a session
msession_plugin — Call an escape function within the
msession personality plugin
msession_randstr — Get random string
msession_set_array — Set msession variables from an array
msession_set_data — Set data session unstructured data
msession_set — Set value in session
msession_timeout — Set/get session timeout
msession_uniq — Get unique id
msession_unlock — Unlock a session



XCV. mSQL

msql_affected_rows — Returns number of affected rows
msql_close — Close mSQL connection
msql_connect — Open mSQL connection
msql_create_db — Create mSQL database
msql_createdb — Alias of msql_create_db()
msql_data_seek — Move internal row pointer
msql_db_query — Send mSQL query
msql_dbname — Alias of msql_result()
msql_drop_db — Drop (delete) mSQL database
msql_error — Returns error message of last msql call
msql_fetch_array — Fetch row as array
msql_fetch_field — Get field information
msql_fetch_object — Fetch row as object
msql_fetch_row — Get row as enumerated array
msql_field_flags — Get field flags
msql_field_len — Get field length
msql_field_name — Get the name of the specified field in a
result
msql_field_seek — Set field offset
msql_field_table — Get table name for field
msql_field_type — Get field type
msql_fieldflags — Alias of msql_field_flags()
msql_fieldlen — Alias of msql_field_len()
msql_fieldname — Alias of msql_field_name()
msql_fieldtable — Alias of msql_field_table()
msql_fieldtype — Alias of msql_field_type()
msql_free_result — Free result memory
msql_list_dbs — List mSQL databases on server
msql_list_fields — List result fields
msql_list_tables — List tables in an mSQL database
msql_num_fields — Get number of fields in result
msql_num_rows — Get number of rows in result
msql_numfields — Alias of msql_num_fields()
msql_numrows — Alias of msql_num_rows()
msql_pconnect — Open persistent mSQL connection
msql_query — Send mSQL query
msql_regcase — Alias of sql_regcase()
msql_result — Get result data
msql_select_db — Select mSQL database
msql_tablename — Alias of msql_result()
msql — Alias of msql_db_query()




XCVI. Multibyte String

mb_check_encoding — Check if the string is valid for the
specified encoding
mb_convert_case — Perform case folding on a string
mb_convert_encoding — Convert character encoding
mb_convert_kana — Convert "kana" one from another
("zen-kaku", "han-kaku" and more)
mb_convert_variables — Convert character code in variable(s)
mb_decode_mimeheader — Decode string in MIME header field
mb_decode_numericentity — Decode HTML numeric string
reference to character
mb_detect_encoding — Detect character encoding
mb_detect_order — Set/Get character encoding detection order
mb_encode_mimeheader — Encode string for MIME header
mb_encode_numericentity — Encode character to HTML numeric
string reference
mb_ereg_match — Regular expression match for multibyte string
mb_ereg_replace — Replace regular expression with multibyte
support
mb_ereg_search_getpos — Returns start point for next regular
expression match
mb_ereg_search_getregs — Retrieve the result from the last
multibyte regular expression match 
mb_ereg_search_init — Setup string and regular expression
for multibyte regularexpression match
mb_ereg_search_pos — Return position and length of matched
part of multibyte regular expression for predefined
multibyte string
mb_ereg_search_regs — Returns the matched part of multibyte
regular expression
mb_ereg_search_setpos — Set start point of next regular
expression match
mb_ereg_search — Multibyte regular expression match for
predefined multibyte string
mb_ereg — Regular expression match with multibyte support
mb_eregi_replace — Replace regular expression with multibyte
support ignoring case
mb_eregi — Regular expression match ignoring case with
multibyte support
mb_get_info — Get internal settings of mbstring
mb_http_input — Detect HTTP input character encoding
mb_http_output — Set/Get HTTP output character encoding
mb_internal_encoding — Set/Get internal character encoding
mb_language — Set/Get current language
mb_output_handler — Callback function converts character
encoding in output buffer
mb_parse_str — Parse GET/POST/COOKIE data and set global
variable
mb_preferred_mime_name — Get MIME charset string
mb_regex_encoding — Returns current encoding for multibyte
regex as string
mb_regex_set_options — Set/Get the default options for
mbregex functions
mb_send_mail — Send encoded mail
mb_split — Split multibyte string using regular expression
mb_strcut — Get part of string
mb_strimwidth — Get truncated string with specified width
mb_stripos — Finds position of first occurrence of a string
within another, case insensitive
mb_stristr — Finds first occurrence of a string within
another, case insensitive
mb_strlen — Get string length
mb_strpos — Find position of first occurrence of string in a
string 
mb_strrchr — Finds the last occurrence of a character in a
string within another
mb_strrichr — Finds the last occurrence of a character in a
string within another, case insensitive
mb_strripos — Finds position of last occurrence of a string
within another, case insensitive
mb_strrpos — Find position of last occurrence of a string in
a string 
mb_strstr — Finds first occurrence of a string within another
mb_strtolower — Make a string lowercase
mb_strtoupper — Make a string uppercase
mb_strwidth — Return width of string
mb_substitute_character — Set/Get substitution character
mb_substr_count — Count the number of substring occurrences
mb_substr — Get part of string



XCVII. muscat

muscat_close — Shuts down the muscat session
muscat_get — Gets a line back from the core muscat API
muscat_give — Sends string to the core muscat API
muscat_setup_net — Creates a new muscat session
muscat_setup — Creates a new local muscat session



XCVIII. MySQL

mysql_affected_rows — Get number of affected rows in
previous MySQL operation
mysql_change_user — Change logged in user of the active
connection
mysql_client_encoding — Returns the name of the character set
mysql_close — Close MySQL connection
mysql_connect — Open a connection to a MySQL Server
mysql_create_db — Create a MySQL database
mysql_data_seek — Move internal result pointer
mysql_db_name — Get result data
mysql_db_query — Send a MySQL query
mysql_drop_db — Drop (delete) a MySQL database
mysql_errno — Returns the numerical value of the error
message from previous MySQL operation
mysql_error — Returns the text of the error message from
previous MySQL operation
mysql_escape_string — Escapes a string for use in a mysql_query
mysql_fetch_array — Fetch a result row as an associative
array, a numeric array, or both
mysql_fetch_assoc — Fetch a result row as an associative array
mysql_fetch_field — Get column information from a result and
return as an object
mysql_fetch_lengths — Get the length of each output in a result
mysql_fetch_object — Fetch a result row as an object
mysql_fetch_row — Get a result row as an enumerated array
mysql_field_flags — Get the flags associated with the
specified field in a result
mysql_field_len — Returns the length of the specified field
mysql_field_name — Get the name of the specified field in a
result
mysql_field_seek — Set result pointer to a specified field
offset
mysql_field_table — Get name of the table the specified
field is in
mysql_field_type — Get the type of the specified field in a
result
mysql_free_result — Free result memory
mysql_get_client_info — Get MySQL client info
mysql_get_host_info — Get MySQL host info
mysql_get_proto_info — Get MySQL protocol info
mysql_get_server_info — Get MySQL server info
mysql_info — Get information about the most recent query
mysql_insert_id — Get the ID generated from the previous
INSERT operation
mysql_list_dbs — List databases available on a MySQL server
mysql_list_fields — List MySQL table fields
mysql_list_processes — List MySQL processes
mysql_list_tables — List tables in a MySQL database
mysql_num_fields — Get number of fields in result
mysql_num_rows — Get number of rows in result
mysql_pconnect — Open a persistent connection to a MySQL server
mysql_ping — Ping a server connection or reconnect if there
is no connection
mysql_query — Send a MySQL query
mysql_real_escape_string — Escapes special characters in a
string for use in a SQL statement
mysql_result — Get result data
mysql_select_db — Select a MySQL database
mysql_set_charset — Sets the client character set
mysql_stat — Get current system status
mysql_tablename — Get table name of field
mysql_thread_id — Return the current thread ID
mysql_unbuffered_query — Send an SQL query to MySQL, without
fetching and buffering the result rows



XCIX. MySQL (PDO)

PDO_MYSQL DSN — Connecting to MySQL databases



C. mysqli

mysqli_affected_rows — Gets the number of affected rows in a
previous MySQL operation
mysqli_autocommit — Turns on or off auto-commiting database
modifications
mysqli_bind_param — Alias for mysqli_stmt_bind_param()
mysqli_bind_result — Alias for mysqli_stmt_bind_result()
mysqli_change_user — Changes the user of the specified
database connection
mysqli_character_set_name — Returns the default character
set for the database connection
mysqli_client_encoding — Alias of mysqli_character_set_name()
mysqli_close — Closes a previously opened database connection
mysqli_commit — Commits the current transaction
mysqli_connect_errno — Returns the error code from last
connect call
mysqli_connect_error — Returns a string description of the
last connect error
mysqli_connect — Open a new connection to the MySQL server
mysqli_data_seek — Adjusts the result pointer to an arbitary
row in the result
mysqli_debug — Performs debugging operations
mysqli_disable_reads_from_master — Disable reads from master
mysqli_disable_rpl_parse — Disable RPL parse
mysqli_dump_debug_info — Dump debugging information into the log
mysqli_embedded_server_end
mysqli_embedded_server_start
mysqli_enable_reads_from_master — Enable reads from master
mysqli_enable_rpl_parse — Enable RPL parse
mysqli_errno — Returns the error code for the most recent
function call
mysqli_error — Returns a string description of the last error
mysqli_escape_string — Alias of mysqli_real_escape_string()
mysqli_execute — Alias for mysqli_stmt_execute()
mysqli_fetch_array — Fetch a result row as an associative, a
numeric array, or both
mysqli_fetch_assoc — Fetch a result row as an associative array
mysqli_fetch_field_direct — Fetch meta-data for a single field
mysqli_fetch_field — Returns the next field in the result set
mysqli_fetch_fields — Returns an array of objects
representing the fields in a result set
mysqli_fetch_lengths — Returns the lengths of the columns of
the current row in the result set
mysqli_fetch_object — Returns the current row of a result
set as an object
mysqli_fetch_row — Get a result row as an enumerated array
mysqli_fetch — Alias for mysqli_stmt_fetch()
mysqli_field_count — Returns the number of columns for the
most recent query
mysqli_field_seek — Set result pointer to a specified field
offset
mysqli_field_tell — Get current field offset of a result pointer
mysqli_free_result — Frees the memory associated with a result
mysqli_get_charset — Returns a character set object
mysqli_get_client_info — Returns the MySQL client version as
a string
mysqli_get_client_version — Get MySQL client info
mysqli_get_host_info — Returns a string representing the
type of connection used
mysqli_get_metadata — Alias for mysqli_stmt_result_metadata()
mysqli_get_proto_info — Returns the version of the MySQL
protocol used
mysqli_get_server_info — Returns the version of the MySQL server
mysqli_get_server_version — Returns the version of the MySQL
server as an integer
mysqli_get_warnings
mysqli_info — Retrieves information about the most recently
executed query
mysqli_init — Initializes MySQLi and returns a resource for
use with mysqli_real_connect()
mysqli_insert_id — Returns the auto generated id used in the
last query
mysqli_kill — Asks the server to kill a MySQL thread
mysqli_master_query — Enforce execution of a query on the
master in a master/slave setup
mysqli_more_results — Check if there are any more query
results from a multi query
mysqli_multi_query — Performs a query on the database
mysqli_next_result — Prepare next result from multi_query
mysqli_num_fields — Get the number of fields in a result
mysqli_num_rows — Gets the number of rows in a result
mysqli_options — Set options
mysqli_param_count — Alias for mysqli_stmt_param_count()
mysqli_ping — Pings a server connection, or tries to
reconnect if the connection has gone down
mysqli_prepare — Prepare a SQL statement for execution
mysqli_query — Performs a query on the database
mysqli_real_connect — Opens a connection to a mysql server
mysqli_real_escape_string — Escapes special characters in a
string for use in a SQL statement, taking into account the
current charset of the connection
mysqli_real_query — Execute an SQL query
mysqli_report — Enables or disables internal report functions
mysqli_rollback — Rolls back current transaction
mysqli_rpl_parse_enabled — Check if RPL parse is enabled
mysqli_rpl_probe — RPL probe
mysqli_rpl_query_type — Returns RPL query type
mysqli_select_db — Selects the default database for database
queries
mysqli_send_long_data — Alias for mysqli_stmt_send_long_data()
mysqli_send_query — Send the query and return
mysqli_server_end — Shut down the embedded server
mysqli_server_init — Initialize embedded server
mysqli_set_charset — Sets the default client character set
mysqli_set_local_infile_default — Unsets user defined
handler for load local infile command
 
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mysqli_set_local_infile_default — Unsets user defined
handler for load local infile command
mysqli_set_local_infile_handler — Set callback functions for
LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE command
mysqli_set_opt — Alias of mysqli_options()
mysqli_slave_query — Force execution of a query on a slave
in a master/slave setup
mysqli_sqlstate — Returns the SQLSTATE error from previous
MySQL operation
mysqli_ssl_set — Used for establishing secure connections
using SSL
mysqli_stat — Gets the current system status
mysqli_stmt_affected_rows — Returns the total number of rows
changed, deleted, or inserted by the last executed statement 
mysqli_stmt_attr_get
mysqli_stmt_attr_set
mysqli_stmt_bind_param — Binds variables to a prepared
statement as parameters
mysqli_stmt_bind_result — Binds variables to a prepared
statement for result storage
mysqli_stmt_close — Closes a prepared statement
mysqli_stmt_data_seek — Seeks to an arbitray row in
statement result set
mysqli_stmt_errno — Returns the error code for the most
recent statement call
mysqli_stmt_error — Returns a string description for last
statement error
mysqli_stmt_execute — Executes a prepared Query
mysqli_stmt_fetch — Fetch results from a prepared statement
into the bound variables
mysqli_stmt_field_count — Returns the number of field in the
given statement
mysqli_stmt_free_result — Frees stored result memory for the
given statement handle
mysqli_stmt_get_warnings
mysqli_stmt_init — Initializes a statement and returns an
object for use with mysqli_stmt_prepare
mysqli_stmt_insert_id — Get the ID generated from the
previous INSERT operation
mysqli_stmt_num_rows — Return the number of rows in
statements result set
mysqli_stmt_param_count — Returns the number of parameter
for the given statement
mysqli_stmt_prepare — Prepare a SQL statement for execution
mysqli_stmt_reset — Resets a prepared statement
mysqli_stmt_result_metadata — Returns result set metadata
from a prepared statement
mysqli_stmt_send_long_data — Send data in blocks
mysqli_stmt_sqlstate — Returns SQLSTATE error from previous
statement operation
mysqli_stmt_store_result — Transfers a result set from a
prepared statement
mysqli_store_result — Transfers a result set from the last query
mysqli_thread_id — Returns the thread ID for the current
connection
mysqli_thread_safe — Returns whether thread safety is given
or not
mysqli_use_result — Initiate a result set retrieval
mysqli_warning_count — Returns the number of warnings from
the last query for the given link



CI. Ncurses

ncurses_addch — Add character at current position and
advance cursor 
ncurses_addchnstr — Add attributed string with specified
length at current position 
ncurses_addchstr — Add attributed string at current position 
ncurses_addnstr — Add string with specified length at
current position 
ncurses_addstr — Output text at current position 
ncurses_assume_default_colors — Define default colors for
color 0 
ncurses_attroff — Turn off the given attributes
ncurses_attron — Turn on the given attributes
ncurses_attrset — Set given attributes
ncurses_baudrate — Returns baudrate of terminal 
ncurses_beep — Let the terminal beep 
ncurses_bkgd — Set background property for terminal screen 
ncurses_bkgdset — Control screen background 
ncurses_border — Draw a border around the screen using
attributed characters
ncurses_bottom_panel — Moves a visible panel to the bottom
of the stack
ncurses_can_change_color — Check if we can change terminals
colors 
ncurses_cbreak — Switch of input buffering 
ncurses_clear — Clear screen 
ncurses_clrtobot — Clear screen from current position to bottom 
ncurses_clrtoeol — Clear screen from current position to end
of line 
ncurses_color_content — Gets the RGB value for color
ncurses_color_set — Set fore- and background color 
ncurses_curs_set — Set cursor state 
ncurses_def_prog_mode — Saves terminals (program) mode
ncurses_def_shell_mode — Saves terminals (shell) mode
ncurses_define_key — Define a keycode 
ncurses_del_panel — Remove panel from the stack and delete
it (but not the associated window)
ncurses_delay_output — Delay output on terminal using
padding characters 
ncurses_delch — Delete character at current position, move
rest of line left 
ncurses_deleteln — Delete line at current position, move
rest of screen up 
ncurses_delwin — Delete a ncurses window 
ncurses_doupdate — Write all prepared refreshes to terminal 
ncurses_echo — Activate keyboard input echo 
ncurses_echochar — Single character output including refresh 
ncurses_end — Stop using ncurses, clean up the screen 
ncurses_erase — Erase terminal screen 
ncurses_erasechar — Returns current erase character 
ncurses_filter — Set LINES for iniscr() and newterm() to 1
ncurses_flash — Flash terminal screen (visual bell) 
ncurses_flushinp — Flush keyboard input buffer 
ncurses_getch — Read a character from keyboard 
ncurses_getmaxyx — Returns the size of a window
ncurses_getmouse — Reads mouse event
ncurses_getyx — Returns the current cursor position for a window
ncurses_halfdelay — Put terminal into halfdelay mode 
ncurses_has_colors — Check if terminal has colors 
ncurses_has_ic — Check for insert- and delete-capabilities 
ncurses_has_il — Check for line insert- and delete-capabilities 
ncurses_has_key — Check for presence of a function key on
terminal keyboard 
ncurses_hide_panel — Remove panel from the stack, making it
invisible
ncurses_hline — Draw a horizontal line at current position
using an attributed character and max. n characters long 
ncurses_inch — Get character and attribute at current position 
ncurses_init_color — Set new RGB value for color 
ncurses_init_pair — Allocate a color pair 
ncurses_init — Initialize ncurses
ncurses_insch — Insert character moving rest of line
including character at current position 
ncurses_insdelln — Insert lines before current line
scrolling down (negative numbers delete and scroll up) 
ncurses_insertln — Insert a line, move rest of screen down 
ncurses_insstr — Insert string at current position, moving
rest of line right 
ncurses_instr — Reads string from terminal screen
ncurses_isendwin — Ncurses is in endwin mode, normal screen
output may be performed
ncurses_keyok — Enable or disable a keycode 
ncurses_keypad — Turns keypad on or off
ncurses_killchar — Returns current line kill character 
ncurses_longname — Returns terminals description
ncurses_meta — Enables/Disable 8-bit meta key information
ncurses_mouse_trafo — Transforms coordinates
ncurses_mouseinterval — Set timeout for mouse button clicks 
ncurses_mousemask — Sets mouse options
ncurses_move_panel — Moves a panel so that its upper-left
corner is at [startx, starty]
ncurses_move — Move output position 
ncurses_mvaddch — Move current position and add character 
ncurses_mvaddchnstr — Move position and add attributed
string with specified length 
ncurses_mvaddchstr — Move position and add attributed string 
ncurses_mvaddnstr — Move position and add string with
specified length 
ncurses_mvaddstr — Move position and add string 
ncurses_mvcur — Move cursor immediately 
ncurses_mvdelch — Move position and delete character, shift
rest of line left 
ncurses_mvgetch — Move position and get character at new
position 
ncurses_mvhline — Set new position and draw a horizontal
line using an attributed character and max. n characters long 
ncurses_mvinch — Move position and get attributed character
at new position 
ncurses_mvvline — Set new position and draw a vertical line
using an attributed character and max. n characters long 
ncurses_mvwaddstr — Add string at new position in window 
ncurses_napms — Sleep
ncurses_new_panel — Create a new panel and associate it with
window
ncurses_newpad — Creates a new pad (window)
ncurses_newwin — Create a new window
ncurses_nl — Translate newline and carriage return / line feed 
ncurses_nocbreak — Switch terminal to cooked mode 
ncurses_noecho — Switch off keyboard input echo 
ncurses_nonl — Do not translate newline and carriage return
/ line feed 
ncurses_noqiflush — Do not flush on signal characters
ncurses_noraw — Switch terminal out of raw mode 
ncurses_pair_content — Gets the RGB value for color
ncurses_panel_above — Returns the panel above panel
ncurses_panel_below — Returns the panel below panel
ncurses_panel_window — Returns the window associated with panel
ncurses_pnoutrefresh — Copies a region from a pad into the
virtual screen
ncurses_prefresh — Copies a region from a pad into the
virtual screen
ncurses_putp — Apply padding information to the string and
output it
ncurses_qiflush — Flush on signal characters 
ncurses_raw — Switch terminal into raw mode 
ncurses_refresh — Refresh screen 
ncurses_replace_panel — Replaces the window associated with
panel
ncurses_reset_prog_mode — Resets the prog mode saved by
def_prog_mode
ncurses_reset_shell_mode — Resets the shell mode saved by
def_shell_mode
ncurses_resetty — Restores saved terminal state 
ncurses_savetty — Saves terminal state 
ncurses_scr_dump — Dump screen content to file 
ncurses_scr_init — Initialize screen from file dump 
ncurses_scr_restore — Restore screen from file dump 
ncurses_scr_set — Inherit screen from file dump 
ncurses_scrl — Scroll window content up or down without
changing current position 
ncurses_show_panel — Places an invisible panel on top of the
stack, making it visible
ncurses_slk_attr — Returns current soft label key attribute
ncurses_slk_attroff — Turn off the given attributes for soft
function-key labels
ncurses_slk_attron — Turn on the given attributes for soft
function-key labels
ncurses_slk_attrset — Set given attributes for soft
function-key labels
ncurses_slk_clear — Clears soft labels from screen
ncurses_slk_color — Sets color for soft label keys
ncurses_slk_init — Initializes soft label key functions
ncurses_slk_noutrefresh — Copies soft label keys to virtual
screen
ncurses_slk_refresh — Copies soft label keys to screen
ncurses_slk_restore — Restores soft label keys
ncurses_slk_set — Sets function key labels
ncurses_slk_touch — Forces output when
ncurses_slk_noutrefresh is performed
ncurses_standend — Stop using 'standout' attribute 
ncurses_standout — Start using 'standout' attribute 
ncurses_start_color — Start using colors 
ncurses_termattrs — Returns a logical OR of all attribute
flags supported by terminal 
ncurses_termname — Returns terminals (short)-name
ncurses_timeout — Set timeout for special key sequences 
ncurses_top_panel — Moves a visible panel to the top of the
stack
ncurses_typeahead — Specify different filedescriptor for
typeahead checking 
ncurses_ungetch — Put a character back into the input stream 
ncurses_ungetmouse — Pushes mouse event to queue
ncurses_update_panels — Refreshes the virtual screen to
reflect the relations between panels in the stack
ncurses_use_default_colors — Assign terminal default colors
to color id -1 
ncurses_use_env — Control use of environment information
about terminal size 
ncurses_use_extended_names — Control use of extended names
in terminfo descriptions 
ncurses_vidattr — Display the string on the terminal in the
video attribute mode
ncurses_vline — Draw a vertical line at current position
using an attributed character and max. n characters long 
ncurses_waddch — Adds character at current position in a
window and advance cursor
ncurses_waddstr — Outputs text at current postion in window
ncurses_wattroff — Turns off attributes for a window
ncurses_wattron — Turns on attributes for a window
ncurses_wattrset — Set the attributes for a window
ncurses_wborder — Draws a border around the window using
attributed characters
ncurses_wclear — Clears window
ncurses_wcolor_set — Sets windows color pairings
ncurses_werase — Erase window contents
ncurses_wgetch — Reads a character from keyboard (window)
ncurses_whline — Draws a horizontal line in a window at
current position using an attributed character and max. n
characters long
ncurses_wmouse_trafo — Transforms window/stdscr coordinates
ncurses_wmove — Moves windows output position
ncurses_wnoutrefresh — Copies window to virtual screen
ncurses_wrefresh — Refresh window on terminal screen 
ncurses_wstandend — End standout mode for a window
ncurses_wstandout — Enter standout mode for a window
ncurses_wvline — Draws a vertical line in a window at
current position using an attributed character and max. n
characters long



CII. Network

checkdnsrr — Check DNS records corresponding to a given
Internet host name or IP address
closelog — Close connection to system logger
debugger_off — Disable internal PHP debugger (PHP 3)
debugger_on — Enable internal PHP debugger (PHP 3)
define_syslog_variables — Initializes all syslog related
constants
dns_check_record — Alias of checkdnsrr()
dns_get_mx — Alias of getmxrr()
dns_get_record — Fetch DNS Resource Records associated with
a hostname
fsockopen — Open Internet or Unix domain socket connection
gethostbyaddr — Get the Internet host name corresponding to
a given IP address 
gethostbyname — Get the IP address corresponding to a given
Internet host name 
gethostbynamel — Get a list of IP addresses corresponding to
a given Internet host name 
getmxrr — Get MX records corresponding to a given Internet
host name
getprotobyname — Get protocol number associated with
protocol name
getprotobynumber — Get protocol name associated with
protocol number
getservbyname — Get port number associated with an Internet
service and protocol
getservbyport — Get Internet service which corresponds to
port and protocol
header — Send a raw HTTP header
headers_list — Returns a list of response headers sent (or
ready to send)
headers_sent — Checks if or where headers have been sent
inet_ntop — Converts a packed internet address to a human
readable representation
inet_pton — Converts a human readable IP address to its
packed in_addr representation
ip2long — Converts a string containing an (IPv4) Internet
Protocol dotted address into a proper address
long2ip — Converts an (IPv4) Internet network address into a
string in Internet standard dotted format
openlog — Open connection to system logger
pfsockopen — Open persistent Internet or Unix domain socket
connection
setcookie — Send a cookie
setrawcookie — Send a cookie without urlencoding the cookie
value
socket_get_status — Alias of stream_get_meta_data()
socket_set_blocking — Alias of stream_set_blocking()
socket_set_timeout — Alias of stream_set_timeout()
syslog — Generate a system log message



CIII. Newt

newt_bell — Send a beep to the terminal
newt_button_bar — This function returns a grid containing
the buttons created.
newt_button — Create a new button
newt_centered_window — Open a centered window of the
specified size
newt_checkbox_get_value — Retreives value of checkox resource
newt_checkbox_set_flags — Configures checkbox resource
newt_checkbox_set_value — Sets the value of the checkbox
newt_checkbox_tree_add_item — Adds new item to the checkbox tree
newt_checkbox_tree_find_item — Finds an item in the checkbox
tree
newt_checkbox_tree_get_current — Returns checkbox tree
selected item
newt_checkbox_tree_get_entry_value
newt_checkbox_tree_get_multi_selection
newt_checkbox_tree_get_selection
newt_checkbox_tree_multi
newt_checkbox_tree_set_current
newt_checkbox_tree_set_entry_value
newt_checkbox_tree_set_entry
newt_checkbox_tree_set_width
newt_checkbox_tree
newt_checkbox
newt_clear_key_buffer — Discards the contents of the
terminal's input buffer without waiting for additional input
newt_cls
newt_compact_button
newt_component_add_callback
newt_component_takes_focus
newt_create_grid
newt_cursor_off
newt_cursor_on
newt_delay
newt_draw_form
newt_draw_root_text — Displays the string text at the
position indicated
newt_entry_get_value
newt_entry_set_filter
newt_entry_set_flags
newt_entry_set
newt_entry
newt_finished — Uninitializes newt interface
newt_form_add_component — Adds a single component to the form
newt_form_add_components — Add several components to the form
newt_form_add_hot_key
newt_form_destroy — Destroys a form
newt_form_get_current
newt_form_run — Runs a form
newt_form_set_background
newt_form_set_height
newt_form_set_size
newt_form_set_timer
newt_form_set_width
newt_form_watch_fd
newt_form — Create a form
newt_get_screen_size — Fills in the passed references with
the current size of the terminal
newt_grid_add_components_to_form
newt_grid_basic_window
newt_grid_free
newt_grid_get_size
newt_grid_h_close_stacked
newt_grid_h_stacked
newt_grid_place
newt_grid_set_field
newt_grid_simple_window
newt_grid_v_close_stacked
newt_grid_v_stacked
newt_grid_wrapped_window_at
newt_grid_wrapped_window
newt_init — Initialize newt
newt_label_set_text
newt_label
newt_listbox_append_entry
newt_listbox_clear_selection
newt_listbox_clear
newt_listbox_delete_entry
newt_listbox_get_current
newt_listbox_get_selection
newt_listbox_insert_entry
newt_listbox_item_count
newt_listbox_select_item
newt_listbox_set_current_by_key
newt_listbox_set_current
newt_listbox_set_data
newt_listbox_set_entry
newt_listbox_set_width
newt_listbox
newt_listitem_get_data
newt_listitem_set
newt_listitem
newt_open_window — Open a window of the specified size and
position
newt_pop_help_line — Replaces the current help line with the
one from the stack
newt_pop_window — Removes the top window from the display
newt_push_help_line — Saves the current help line on a
stack, and displays the new line
newt_radio_get_current
newt_radiobutton
newt_redraw_help_line
newt_reflow_text
newt_refresh — Updates modified portions of the screen
newt_resize_screen
newt_resume — Resume using the newt interface after calling
newt_suspend()
newt_run_form — Runs a form
newt_scale_set
newt_scale
newt_scrollbar_set
newt_set_help_callback
newt_set_suspend_callback — Set a callback function which
gets invoked when user presses the suspend key
newt_suspend — Tells newt to return the terminal to its
initial state
newt_textbox_get_num_lines
newt_textbox_reflowed
newt_textbox_set_height
newt_textbox_set_text
newt_textbox
newt_vertical_scrollbar
newt_wait_for_key — Doesn't return until a key has been pressed
newt_win_choice
newt_win_entries
newt_win_menu
newt_win_message
newt_win_messagev
newt_win_ternary



CIV. NSAPI

nsapi_request_headers — Fetch all HTTP request headers
nsapi_response_headers — Fetch all HTTP response headers 
nsapi_virtual — Perform an NSAPI sub-request



CV. Object Aggregation

aggregate_info — Gets aggregation information for a given
object 
aggregate_methods_by_list — Selective dynamic class methods
aggregation to an object 
aggregate_methods_by_regexp — Selective class methods
aggregation to an object using a regular expression 
aggregate_methods — Dynamic class and object aggregation of
methods 
aggregate_properties_by_list — Selective dynamic class
properties aggregation to an object 
aggregate_properties_by_regexp — Selective class properties
aggregation to an object using a regular expression 
aggregate_properties — Dynamic aggregation of class
properties to an object 
aggregate — Dynamic class and object aggregation of methods
and properties 
aggregation_info — Alias of aggregate_info()
deaggregate — Removes the aggregated methods and properties
from an object 



CVI. Object overloading

overload — Enable property and method call overloading for a
class



CVII. OCI8

oci_bind_array_by_name — Binds PHP array to Oracle PL/SQL
array by name
oci_bind_by_name — Binds the PHP variable to the Oracle
placeholder
oci_cancel — Cancels reading from cursor
oci_close — Closes Oracle connection
OCI-Collection->append — Appends element to the collection
OCI-Collection->assign — Assigns a value to the collection
from another existing collection
OCI-Collection->assignElem — Assigns a value to the element
of the collection
OCI-Collection->free — Frees the resources associated with
the collection object
OCI-Collection->getElem — Returns value of the element
OCI-Collection->max — Returns the maximum number of elements
in the collection
OCI-Collection->size — Returns size of the collection
OCI-Collection->trim — Trims elements from the end of the
collection
oci_commit — Commits outstanding statements
oci_connect — Establishes a connection to the Oracle server
oci_define_by_name — Uses a PHP variable for the define-step
during a SELECT
oci_error — Returns the last error found
oci_execute — Executes a statement
oci_fetch_all — Fetches all rows of result data into an array
oci_fetch_array — Returns the next row from the result data
as an associative or numeric array, or both 
oci_fetch_assoc — Returns the next row from the result data
as an associative array
oci_fetch_object — Returns the next row from the result data
as an object
oci_fetch_row — Returns the next row from the result data as
a numeric array
oci_fetch — Fetches the next row into result-buffer
oci_field_is_null — Checks if the field is NULL
oci_field_name — Returns the name of a field from the statement
oci_field_precision — Tell the precision of a field
oci_field_scale — Tell the scale of the field
oci_field_size — Returns field's size
oci_field_type_raw — Tell the raw Oracle data type of the field
oci_field_type — Returns field's data type
oci_free_statement — Frees all resources associated with
statement or cursor
oci_internal_debug — Enables or disables internal debug output
OCI-Lob->append — Appends data from the large object to
another large object
OCI-Lob->close — Closes LOB descriptor
oci_lob_copy — Copies large object
OCI-Lob->eof — Tests for end-of-file on a large object's
descriptor
OCI-Lob->erase — Erases a specified portion of the internal
LOB data
OCI-Lob->export — Exports LOB's contents to a file
OCI-Lob->flush — Flushes/writes buffer of the LOB to the server
OCI-Lob->free — Frees resources associated with the LOB
descriptor
OCI-Lob->getBuffering — Returns current state of buffering
for the large object
OCI-Lob->import — Imports file data to the LOB
oci_lob_is_equal — Compares two LOB/FILE locators for equality
OCI-Lob->load — Returns large object's contents
OCI-Lob->read — Reads part of the large object
OCI-Lob->rewind — Moves the internal pointer to the
beginning of the large object
OCI-Lob->save — Saves data to the large object
OCI-Lob->saveFile — Alias of oci_lob_import()
OCI-Lob->seek — Sets the internal pointer of the large object
OCI-Lob->setBuffering — Changes current state of buffering
for the large object
OCI-Lob->size — Returns size of large object
OCI-Lob->tell — Returns current position of internal pointer
of large object
OCI-Lob->truncate — Truncates large object
OCI-Lob->write — Writes data to the large object
OCI-Lob->writeTemporary — Writes temporary large object
OCI-Lob->writeToFile — Alias of oci_lob_export()
oci_new_collection — Allocates new collection object
oci_new_connect — Establishes a new connection to the Oracle
server
oci_new_cursor — Allocates and returns a new cursor
(statement handle)
oci_new_descriptor — Initializes a new empty LOB or FILE
descriptor
oci_num_fields — Returns the number of result columns in a
statement
oci_num_rows — Returns number of rows affected during
statement execution
oci_parse — Prepares Oracle statement for execution
oci_password_change — Changes password of Oracle's user
oci_pconnect — Connect to an Oracle database using a
persistent connection
oci_result — Returns field's value from the fetched row
oci_rollback — Rolls back outstanding transaction
oci_server_version — Returns server version
oci_set_prefetch — Sets number of rows to be prefetched
oci_statement_type — Returns the type of an OCI statement
ocibindbyname — Alias of oci_bind_by_name()
ocicancel — Alias of oci_cancel()
ocicloselob — Alias of OCI-Lob->close
ocicollappend — Alias of OCI-Collection->append
ocicollassign — Alias of OCI-Collection->assign
ocicollassignelem — Alias of OCI-Collection->assignElem
ocicollgetelem — Alias of OCI-Collection->getElem
ocicollmax — Alias of OCI-Collection->max
ocicollsize — Alias of OCI-Collection->size
ocicolltrim — Alias of OCI-Collection->trim
ocicolumnisnull — Alias of oci_field_is_null()
ocicolumnname — Alias of oci_field_name()
ocicolumnprecision — Alias of oci_field_precision()
ocicolumnscale — Alias of oci_field_scale()
ocicolumnsize — Alias of oci_field_size()
ocicolumntype — Alias of oci_field_type()
ocicolumntyperaw — Alias of oci_field_type_raw()
ocicommit — Alias of oci_commit()
ocidefinebyname — Alias of oci_define_by_name()
ocierror — Alias of oci_error()
ociexecute — Alias of oci_execute()
ocifetch — Alias of oci_fetch()
ocifetchinto — Fetches the next row into an array (deprecated)
ocifetchstatement — Alias of oci_fetch_all()
ocifreecollection — Alias of OCI-Collection->free
ocifreecursor — Alias of oci_free_statement()
ocifreedesc — Alias of OCI-Lob->free
ocifreestatement — Alias of oci_free_statement()
ociinternaldebug — Alias of oci_internal_debug()
ociloadlob — Alias of OCI-Lob->load
ocilogoff — Alias of oci_close()
ocilogon — Alias of oci_connect()
ocinewcollection — Alias of oci_new_collection()
ocinewcursor — Alias of oci_new_cursor()
ocinewdescriptor — Alias of oci_new_descriptor()
ocinlogon — Alias of oci_new_connect()
ocinumcols — Alias of oci_num_fields()
ociparse — Alias of oci_parse()
ociplogon — Alias of oci_pconnect()
ociresult — Alias of oci_result()
ocirollback — Alias of oci_rollback()
ocirowcount — Alias of oci_num_rows()
ocisavelob — Alias of OCI-Lob->save
ocisavelobfile — Alias of OCI-Lob->import
ociserverversion — Alias of oci_server_version()
ocisetprefetch — Alias of oci_set_prefetch()
ocistatementtype — Alias of oci_statement_type()
ociwritelobtofile — Alias of OCI-Lob->export
ociwritetemporarylob — Alias of OCI-Lob->writeTemporary



CVIII. ODBC

odbc_autocommit — Toggle autocommit behaviour
odbc_binmode — Handling of binary column data
odbc_close_all — Close all ODBC connections
odbc_close — Close an ODBC connection
odbc_columnprivileges — Returns a result identifier that can
be used to fetch a list of columns and associated privileges
odbc_columns — Lists the column names in specified tables
odbc_commit — Commit an ODBC transaction
odbc_connect — Connect to a datasource
odbc_cursor — Get cursorname
odbc_data_source — Returns information about a current
connection
odbc_do — Synonym for odbc_exec()
odbc_error — Get the last error code
odbc_errormsg — Get the last error message
odbc_exec — Prepare and execute a SQL statement
odbc_execute — Execute a prepared statement
odbc_fetch_array — Fetch a result row as an associative array
odbc_fetch_into — Fetch one result row into array
odbc_fetch_object — Fetch a result row as an object
odbc_fetch_row — Fetch a row
odbc_field_len — Get the length (precision) of a field
odbc_field_name — Get the columnname
odbc_field_num — Return column number
odbc_field_precision — Synonym for odbc_field_len()
odbc_field_scale — Get the scale of a field
odbc_field_type — Datatype of a field
odbc_foreignkeys — Returns a list of foreign keys in the
specified table or a list of foreign keys in other tables
that refer to the primary key in the specified table
odbc_free_result — Free resources associated with a result
odbc_gettypeinfo — Returns a result identifier containing
information about data types supported by the data source
odbc_longreadlen — Handling of LONG columns
odbc_next_result — Checks if multiple results are available
odbc_num_fields — Number of columns in a result
odbc_num_rows — Number of rows in a result
odbc_pconnect — Open a persistent database connection
odbc_prepare — Prepares a statement for execution
odbc_primarykeys — Returns a result identifier that can be
used to fetch the column names that comprise the primary key
for a table
odbc_procedurecolumns — Retrieve information about
parameters to procedures
odbc_procedures — Get the list of procedures stored in a
specific data source
odbc_result_all — Print result as HTML table
odbc_result — Get result data
odbc_rollback — Rollback a transaction
odbc_setoption — Adjust ODBC settings
odbc_specialcolumns — Returns either the optimal set of
columns that uniquely identifies a row in the table or
columns that are automatically updated when any value in the
row is updated by a transaction
odbc_statistics — Retrieve statistics about a table
odbc_tableprivileges — Lists tables and the privileges
associated with each table
odbc_tables — Get the list of table names stored in a
specific data source



CIX. ODBC and DB2 (PDO)

PDO_ODBC DSN — Connecting to ODBC or DB2 databases



CX. OGG/Vorbis

Usage — Examples on using the ogg:// wrapper. 



CXI. openal

openal_buffer_create — Generate OpenAL buffer 
openal_buffer_data — Load a buffer with data 
openal_buffer_destroy — Destroys an OpenAL buffer 
openal_buffer_get — Retrieve an OpenAL buffer property 
openal_buffer_loadwav — Load a .wav file into a buffer 
openal_context_create — Create an audio processing context 
openal_context_current — Make the specified context current 
openal_context_destroy — Destroys a context 
openal_context_process — Process the specified context 
openal_context_suspend — Suspend the specified context 
openal_device_close — Close an OpenAL device 
openal_device_open — Initialize the OpenAL audio layer 
openal_listener_get — Retrieve a listener property 
openal_listener_set — Set a listener property 
openal_source_create — Generate a source resource 
openal_source_destroy — Destroy a source resource 
openal_source_get — Retrieve an OpenAL source property 
openal_source_pause — Pause the source 
openal_source_play — Start playing the source 
openal_source_rewind — Rewind the source 
openal_source_set — Set source property 
openal_source_stop — Stop playing the source 
openal_stream — Begin streaming on a source 



CXII. OpenSSL

openssl_csr_export_to_file — Exports a CSR to a file
openssl_csr_export — Exports a CSR as a string
openssl_csr_get_public_key — Returns the public key of a CERT
openssl_csr_get_subject — Returns the subject of a CERT
openssl_csr_new — Generates a CSR
openssl_csr_sign — Sign a CSR with another certificate (or
itself) and generate a certificate
openssl_error_string — Return openSSL error message
openssl_free_key — Free key resource
openssl_get_privatekey — Alias of openssl_pkey_get_private()
openssl_get_publickey — Alias of openssl_pkey_get_public()
openssl_open — Open sealed data
openssl_pkcs12_export_to_file — Exports a PKCS#12 Compatible
Certificate Store File
openssl_pkcs12_export — Exports a PKCS#12 Compatible
Certificate Store File to variable.
openssl_pkcs12_read — Parse a PKCS#12 Certificate Store into
an array
openssl_pkcs7_decrypt — Decrypts an S/MIME encrypted message
openssl_pkcs7_encrypt — Encrypt an S/MIME message
openssl_pkcs7_sign — Sign an S/MIME message
openssl_pkcs7_verify — Verifies the signature of an S/MIME
signed message
openssl_pkey_export_to_file — Gets an exportable
representation of a key into a file 
openssl_pkey_export — Gets an exportable representation of a
key into a string
openssl_pkey_free — Frees a private key
openssl_pkey_get_details — Returns an array with the key details
openssl_pkey_get_private — Get a private key
openssl_pkey_get_public — Extract public key from
certificate and prepare it for use
openssl_pkey_new — Generates a new private key 
openssl_private_decrypt — Decrypts data with private key 
openssl_private_encrypt — Encrypts data with private key 
openssl_public_decrypt — Decrypts data with public key 
openssl_public_encrypt — Encrypts data with public key 
openssl_seal — Seal (encrypt) data
openssl_sign — Generate signature
openssl_verify — Verify signature
openssl_x509_check_private_key — Checks if a private key
corresponds to a certificate
openssl_x509_checkpurpose — Verifies if a certificate can be
used for a particular purpose
openssl_x509_export_to_file — Exports a certificate to file
openssl_x509_export — Exports a certificate as a string
openssl_x509_free — Free certificate resource
openssl_x509_parse — Parse an X509 certificate and return
the information as an array
openssl_x509_read — Parse an X.509 certificate and return a
resource identifier for it



CXIII. Oracle

ora_bind — Binds a PHP variable to an Oracle parameter
ora_close — Closes an Oracle cursor
ora_columnname — Gets the name of an Oracle result column
ora_columnsize — Returns the size of an Oracle result column
ora_columntype — Gets the type of an Oracle result column
ora_commit — Commit an Oracle transaction
ora_commitoff — Disable automatic commit
ora_commiton — Enable automatic commit
ora_do — Parse, Exec, Fetch
ora_error — Gets an Oracle error message
ora_errorcode — Gets an Oracle error code
ora_exec — Execute a parsed statement on an Oracle cursor
ora_fetch_into — Fetch a row into the specified result array
ora_fetch — Fetch a row of data from a cursor
ora_getcolumn — Get data from a fetched column
ora_logoff — Close an Oracle connection
ora_logon — Open an Oracle connection
ora_numcols — Returns the number of columns
ora_numrows — Returns the number of rows
ora_open — Opens an Oracle cursor
ora_parse — Parse an SQL statement with Oracle
ora_plogon — Open a persistent Oracle connection
ora_rollback — Rolls back a transaction



CXIV. Oracle (PDO)

PDO_OCI DSN — Connecting to Oracle databases



CXV. Output Control

flush — Flush the output buffer
ob_clean — Clean (erase) the output buffer
ob_end_clean — Clean (erase) the output buffer and turn off
output buffering
ob_end_flush — Flush (send) the output buffer and turn off
output buffering
ob_flush — Flush (send) the output buffer
ob_get_clean — Get current buffer contents and delete
current output buffer
ob_get_contents — Return the contents of the output buffer
ob_get_flush — Flush the output buffer, return it as a
string and turn off output buffering
ob_get_length — Return the length of the output buffer
ob_get_level — Return the nesting level of the output
buffering mechanism
ob_get_status — Get status of output buffers
ob_gzhandler — ob_start callback function to gzip output buffer
ob_implicit_flush — Turn implicit flush on/off
ob_list_handlers — List all output handlers in use
ob_start — Turn on output buffering
output_add_rewrite_var — Add URL rewriter values
output_reset_rewrite_vars — Reset URL rewriter values



CXVI. OvrimosSQL

ovrimos_close — Closes the connection to ovrimos
ovrimos_commit — Commits the transaction
ovrimos_connect — Connect to the specified database
ovrimos_cursor — Returns the name of the cursor
ovrimos_exec — Executes an SQL statement
ovrimos_execute — Executes a prepared SQL statement
ovrimos_fetch_into — Fetches a row from the result set
ovrimos_fetch_row — Fetches a row from the result set
ovrimos_field_len — Returns the length of the output column
ovrimos_field_name — Returns the output column name
ovrimos_field_num — Returns the (1-based) index of the
output column
ovrimos_field_type — Returns the type of the output column
ovrimos_free_result — Frees the specified result_id
ovrimos_longreadlen — Specifies how many bytes are to be
retrieved from long datatypes
ovrimos_num_fields — Returns the number of columns
ovrimos_num_rows — Returns the number of rows affected by
update operations
ovrimos_prepare — Prepares an SQL statement
ovrimos_result_all — Prints the whole result set as an HTML
table
ovrimos_result — Retrieves the output column
ovrimos_rollback — Rolls back the transaction



CXVII. Paradox

px_close — Closes a paradox database
px_create_fp — Create a new paradox database
px_date2string — Converts a date into a string. 
px_delete_record — Deletes record from paradox database
px_delete — Deletes resource of paradox database
px_get_field — Returns the specification of a single field
px_get_info — Return lots of information about a paradox file
px_get_parameter — Gets a parameter
px_get_record — Returns record of paradox database
px_get_schema — Returns the database schema
px_get_value — Gets a value
px_insert_record — Inserts record into paradox database
px_new — Create a new paradox object
px_numfields — Returns number of fields in a database
px_numrecords — Returns number of records in a database
px_open_fp — Open paradox database
px_put_record — Stores record into paradox database
px_retrieve_record — Returns record of paradox database
px_set_blob_file — Sets the file where blobs are read from
px_set_parameter — Sets a parameter
px_set_tablename — Sets the name of a table (deprecated)
px_set_targetencoding — Sets the encoding for character
fields (deprecated)
px_set_value — Sets a value
px_timestamp2string — Converts the timestamp into a string. 
px_update_record — Updates record in paradox database



CXVIII. Parsekit

parsekit_compile_file — Compile a string of PHP code and
return the resulting op array
parsekit_compile_string — Compile a string of PHP code and
return the resulting op array
parsekit_func_arginfo — Return information regarding
function argument(s)



CXIX. PCNTL

pcntl_alarm — Set an alarm clock for delivery of a signal
pcntl_exec — Executes specified program in current process space
pcntl_fork — Forks the currently running process
pcntl_getpriority — Get the priority of any process
pcntl_setpriority — Change the priority of any process
pcntl_signal — Installs a signal handler
pcntl_wait — Waits on or returns the status of a forked child
pcntl_waitpid — Waits on or returns the status of a forked child
pcntl_wexitstatus — Returns the return code of a terminated
child
pcntl_wifexited — Checks if status code represents a normal exit
pcntl_wifsignaled — Checks whether the status code
represents a termination due to a signal
pcntl_wifstopped — Checks whether the child process is
currently stopped
pcntl_wstopsig — Returns the signal which caused the child
to stop
pcntl_wtermsig — Returns the signal which caused the child
to terminate



CXX. PCRE

Pattern Modifiers — Describes possible modifiers in regex
patterns
Pattern Syntax — Describes PCRE regex syntax
preg_grep — Return array entries that match the pattern
preg_last_error — Returns the error code of the last PCRE
regex execution
preg_match_all — Perform a global regular expression match
preg_match — Perform a regular expression match
preg_quote — Quote regular expression characters
preg_replace_callback — Perform a regular expression search
and replace using a callback
preg_replace — Perform a regular expression search and replace
preg_split — Split string by a regular expression



CXXI. PDF

PDF_activate_item — Activate structure element or other
content item
PDF_add_annotation — Add annotation [deprecated]
PDF_add_bookmark — Add bookmark for current page [deprecated]
PDF_add_launchlink — Add launch annotation for current page
[deprecated]
PDF_add_locallink — Add link annotation for current page
[deprecated]
PDF_add_nameddest — Create named destination
PDF_add_note — Set annotation for current page [deprecated]
PDF_add_outline — Add bookmark for current page [deprecated]
PDF_add_pdflink — Add file link annotation for current page
[deprecated]
PDF_add_table_cell — Add a cell to a new or existing table
PDF_add_textflow — Create Textflow or add text to existing
Textflow
PDF_add_thumbnail — Add thumbnail for current page
PDF_add_weblink — Add weblink for current page [deprecated]
PDF_arc — Draw a counterclockwise circular arc segment
PDF_arcn — Draw a clockwise circular arc segment
PDF_attach_file — Add file attachment for current page
[deprecated]
PDF_begin_document — Create new PDF file
PDF_begin_font — Start a Type 3 font definition
PDF_begin_glyph — Start glyph definition for Type 3 font
PDF_begin_item — Open structure element or other content item
PDF_begin_layer — Start layer
PDF_begin_page_ext — Start new page
PDF_begin_page — Start new page [deprecated]
PDF_begin_pattern — Start pattern definition
PDF_begin_template_ext — Start template definition
PDF_begin_template — Start template definition [deprecated]
PDF_circle — Draw a circle
PDF_clip — Clip to current path
PDF_close_image — Close image
PDF_close_pdi_page — Close the page handle
PDF_close_pdi — Close the input PDF document [deprecated]
PDF_close — Close pdf resource [deprecated]
PDF_closepath_fill_stroke — Close, fill and stroke current path
PDF_closepath_stroke — Close and stroke path
PDF_closepath — Close current path
PDF_concat — Concatenate a matrix to the CTM
PDF_continue_text — Output text in next line
PDF_create_3dview — Create 3D view
PDF_create_action — Create action for objects or events
PDF_create_annotation — Create rectangular annotation
PDF_create_bookmark — Create bookmark
PDF_create_field — Create form field
PDF_create_fieldgroup — Create form field group
PDF_create_gstate — Create graphics state object
PDF_create_pvf — Create PDFlib virtual file
PDF_create_textflow — Create textflow object
PDF_curveto — Draw Bezier curve
PDF_define_layer — Create layer definition
PDF_delete_pvf — Delete PDFlib virtual file
PDF_delete_table — Delete table object
PDF_delete_textflow — Delete textflow object
PDF_delete — Delete PDFlib object
PDF_encoding_set_char — Add glyph name and/or Unicode value
PDF_end_document — Close PDF file
PDF_end_font — Terminate Type 3 font definition
PDF_end_glyph — Terminate glyph definition for Type 3 font
PDF_end_item — Close structure element or other content item
PDF_end_layer — Deactivate all active layers
PDF_end_page_ext — Finish page
PDF_end_page — Finish page
PDF_end_pattern — Finish pattern
PDF_end_template — Finish template
PDF_endpath — End current path
PDF_fill_imageblock — Fill image block with variable data
PDF_fill_pdfblock — Fill PDF block with variable data
PDF_fill_stroke — Fill and stroke path
PDF_fill_textblock — Fill text block with variable data
PDF_fill — Fill current path
PDF_findfont — Prepare font for later use [deprecated]
PDF_fit_image — Place image or template
PDF_fit_pdi_page — Place imported PDF page
PDF_fit_table — Place table on page
PDF_fit_textflow — Format textflow in rectangular area
PDF_fit_textline — Place single line of text
PDF_get_apiname — Get name of unsuccessfull API function
PDF_get_buffer — Get PDF output buffer
PDF_get_errmsg — Get error text
PDF_get_errnum — Get error number
PDF_get_font — Get font [deprecated]
PDF_get_fontname — Get font name [deprecated]
PDF_get_fontsize — Font handling [deprecated]
PDF_get_image_height — Get image height [deprecated]
PDF_get_image_width — Get image width [deprecated]
PDF_get_majorversion — Get major version number [deprecated]
PDF_get_minorversion — Get minor version number [deprecated]
PDF_get_parameter — Get string parameter
PDF_get_pdi_parameter — Get PDI string parameter [deprecated]
PDF_get_pdi_value — Get PDI numerical parameter [deprecated]
PDF_get_value — Get numerical parameter
PDF_info_font — Query detailed information about a loaded font
PDF_info_matchbox — Query matchbox information
PDF_info_table — Retrieve table information
PDF_info_textflow — Query textflow state
PDF_info_textline — Perform textline formatting and query
metrics
PDF_initgraphics — Reset graphic state
PDF_lineto — Draw a line
PDF_load_3ddata — Load 3D model
PDF_load_font — Search and prepare font
PDF_load_iccprofile — Search and prepare ICC profile
PDF_load_image — Open image file
PDF_makespotcolor — Make spot color
PDF_moveto — Set current point
PDF_new — Create PDFlib object
PDF_open_ccitt — Open raw CCITT image [deprecated]
PDF_open_file — Create PDF file [deprecated]
PDF_open_gif — Open GIF image [deprecated]
PDF_open_image_file — Read image from file [deprecated]
PDF_open_image — Use image data [deprecated]
PDF_open_jpeg — Open JPEG image [deprecated]
PDF_open_memory_image — Open image created with PHP's image
functions [not supported]
PDF_open_pdi_page — Prepare a page
PDF_open_pdi — Open PDF file [deprecated]
PDF_open_tiff — Open TIFF image [deprecated]
PDF_pcos_get_number — Get value of pCOS path with type
number or boolean
PDF_pcos_get_stream — Get contents of pCOS path with type
stream, fstream, or string
PDF_pcos_get_string — Get value of pCOS path with type name,
string, or boolean
PDF_place_image — Place image on the page [deprecated]
PDF_place_pdi_page — Place PDF page [deprecated]
PDF_process_pdi — Process imported PDF document
PDF_rect — Draw rectangle
PDF_restore — Restore graphics state
PDF_resume_page — Resume page
PDF_rotate — Rotate coordinate system
PDF_save — Save graphics state
PDF_scale — Scale coordinate system
PDF_set_border_color — Set border color of annotations
[deprecated]
PDF_set_border_dash — Set border dash style of annotations
[deprecated]
PDF_set_border_style — Set border style of annotations
[deprecated]
PDF_set_char_spacing — Set character spacing [deprecated]
PDF_set_duration — Set duration between pages [deprecated]
PDF_set_gstate — Activate graphics state object
PDF_set_horiz_scaling — Set horizontal text scaling [deprecated]
PDF_set_info_author — Fill the author document info field
[deprecated]
PDF_set_info_creator — Fill the creator document info field
[deprecated]
PDF_set_info_keywords — Fill the keywords document info
field [deprecated]
PDF_set_info_subject — Fill the subject document info field
[deprecated]
PDF_set_info_title — Fill the title document info field
[deprecated]
PDF_set_info — Fill document info field
PDF_set_layer_dependency — Define relationships among layers
PDF_set_leading — Set distance between text lines [deprecated]
PDF_set_parameter — Set string parameter
PDF_set_text_matrix — Set text matrix [deprecated]
PDF_set_text_pos — Set text position
PDF_set_text_rendering — Determine text rendering [deprecated]
PDF_set_text_rise — Set text rise [deprecated]
PDF_set_value — Set numerical parameter
PDF_set_word_spacing — Set spacing between words [deprecated]
PDF_setcolor — Set fill and stroke color
PDF_setdash — Set simple dash pattern
PDF_setdashpattern — Set dash pattern
PDF_setflat — Set flatness
PDF_setfont — Set font
PDF_setgray_fill — Set fill color to gray [deprecated]
PDF_setgray_stroke — Set stroke color to gray [deprecated]
PDF_setgray — Set color to gray [deprecated]
PDF_setlinecap — Set linecap parameter
PDF_setlinejoin — Set linejoin parameter
PDF_setlinewidth — Set line width
PDF_setmatrix — Set current transformation matrix
PDF_setmiterlimit — Set miter limit
PDF_setpolydash — Set complicated dash pattern [deprecated]
PDF_setrgbcolor_fill — Set fill rgb color values [deprecated]
PDF_setrgbcolor_stroke — Set stroke rgb color values
[deprecated]
PDF_setrgbcolor — Set fill and stroke rgb color values
[deprecated]
PDF_shading_pattern — Define shading pattern
PDF_shading — Define blend
PDF_shfill — Fill area with shading
PDF_show_boxed — Output text in a box [deprecated]
PDF_show_xy — Output text at given position
PDF_show — Output text at current position
PDF_skew — Skew the coordinate system
PDF_stringwidth — Return width of text
PDF_stroke — Stroke path
PDF_suspend_page — Suspend page
PDF_translate — Set origin of coordinate system
PDF_utf16_to_utf8 — Convert string from UTF-16 to UTF-8
PDF_utf32_to_utf16 — Convert string from UTF-32 to UTF-16
PDF_utf8_to_utf16 — Convert string from UTF-8 to UTF-16



CXXII. PDO

PDO->beginTransaction() — Initiates a transaction 
PDO->commit() — Commits a transaction 
PDO->__construct() — Creates a PDO instance representing a
connection to a database 
PDO->errorCode() — Fetch the SQLSTATE associated with the
last operation on the database handle 
PDO->errorInfo() — Fetch extended error information
associated with the last operation on the database handle 
PDO->exec() — Execute an SQL statement and return the number
of affected rows 
PDO->getAttribute() — Retrieve a database connection attribute 
PDO->getAvailableDrivers() — Return an array of available
PDO drivers 
PDO->lastInsertId() — Returns the ID of the last inserted
row or sequence value 
PDO->prepare() — Prepares a statement for execution and
returns a statement object 
PDO->query() — Executes an SQL statement, returning a result
set as a PDOStatement object 
PDO->quote() — Quotes a string for use in a query. 
PDO->rollBack() — Rolls back a transaction 
PDO->setAttribute() — Set an attribute 
PDOStatement->bindColumn() — Bind a column to a PHP variable 
PDOStatement->bindParam() — Binds a parameter to the
specified variable name 
PDOStatement->bindValue() — Binds a value to a parameter 
PDOStatement->closeCursor() — Closes the cursor, enabling
the statement to be executed again. 
PDOStatement->columnCount() — Returns the number of columns
in the result set 
PDOStatement->errorCode() — Fetch the SQLSTATE associated
with the last operation on the statement handle 
PDOStatement->errorInfo() — Fetch extended error information
associated with the last operation on the statement handle 
PDOStatement->execute() — Executes a prepared statement 
PDOStatement->fetch() — Fetches the next row from a result set 
PDOStatement->fetchAll() — Returns an array containing all
of the result set rows 
PDOStatement->fetchColumn() — Returns a single column from
the next row of a result set 
PDOStatement->fetchObject() — Fetches the next row and
returns it as an object.
PDOStatement->getAttribute() — Retrieve a statement attribute 
PDOStatement->getColumnMeta() — Returns metadata for a
column in a result set 
PDOStatement->nextRowset() — Advances to the next rowset in
a multi-rowset statement handle 
PDOStatement->rowCount() — Returns the number of rows
affected by the last SQL statement 
PDOStatement->setAttribute() — Set a statement attribute 
PDOStatement->setFetchMode() — Set the default fetch mode
for this statement 



CXXIII. phar

Phar::apiVersion — Returns the api version
Phar::canCompress — Returns whether phar extension supports
compression using either zlib or bzip2
Phar::canWrite — Returns whether phar extension supports
writing and creating phars
Phar->compressAllFilesBZIP2 — Compresses all files in the
current Phar archive using Bzip2 compression
Phar->compressAllFilesGZ — Compresses all files in the
current Phar archive using Gzip compression
Phar::__construct — Construct a Phar archive object
Phar->count — Returns the number of entries (files) in the
Phar archive
Phar->getMetaData — Returns phar archive meta-data
Phar->getModified — Return whether phar was modified
Phar->getSignature — Return MD5/SHA1 signature of a Phar archive
Phar->getStub — Return the PHP loader or bootstrap stub of a
Phar archive
Phar->getVersion — Return version info of Phar archive
Phar->isBuffering — Used to determine whether Phar write
operations are being buffered, or are flushing directly to disk
Phar::loadPhar — Loads any phar archive with an alias
Phar::mapPhar — Reads the currently executed file (a phar)
and registers its manifest
Phar::offsetExists — determines whether a file exists in the
phar
Phar::offsetGet — get a PharFileInfo object for a specific file
Phar::offsetSet — set the contents of an internal file to
those of an external file
Phar::offsetUnset — remove a file from a phar
Phar->setMetaData — Sets phar archive meta-data
Phar->setStub — Used to set the PHP loader or bootstrap stub
of a Phar archive
Phar->startBuffering — Start buffering Phar write
operations, do not modify the Phar object on disk
Phar->stopBuffering — Stop buffering write requests to the
Phar archive, and save changes to disk
Phar->uncompressAllFiles — Uncompresses all files in the
current Phar archive
PharFileInfo->chmod — Sets file-specific permission bits
PharFileInfo::__construct — Construct a Phar entry object
PharFileInfo->getCompressedSize — Returns the actual size of
the file (with compression) inside the Phar archive
PharFileInfo->getCRC32 — Returns CRC32 code or throws an
exception if not CRC checked
PharFileInfo->getMetaData — Returns file-specific meta-data
saved with a file
PharFileInfo->getPharFlags — Returns the Phar file entry flags
PharFileInfo->isCompressed — Returns whether the entry is
compressed
PharFileInfo->isCompressedBZIP2 — Returns whether the entry
is compressed using bzip2
PharFileInfo->isCompressedGZ — Returns whether the entry is
compressed using gz
PharFileInfo->isCRCChecked — Returns whether file entry has
had its CRC verified
PharFileInfo->setCompressedBZIP2 — Compresses the current
Phar entry within the phar using Bzip2 compression
PharFileInfo->setCompressedGZ — Compresses the current Phar
entry within the phar using gz compression
PharFileInfo->setMetaData — Sets file-specific meta-data
saved with a file
PharFileInfo->setUncompressed — Uncompresses the current
Phar entry within the phar, if it is compressed



CXXIV. PHP Options/Info

assert_options — Set/get the various assert flags
assert — Checks if assertion is FALSE
dl — Loads a PHP extension at runtime
extension_loaded — Find out whether an extension is loaded
get_cfg_var — Gets the value of a PHP configuration option
get_current_user — Gets the name of the owner of the current
PHP script
get_defined_constants — Returns an associative array with
the names of all the constants and their values
get_extension_funcs — Returns an array with the names of the
functions of a module
get_include_path — Gets the current include_path
configuration option
get_included_files — Returns an array with the names of
included or required files
get_loaded_extensions — Returns an array with the names of
all modules compiled and loaded
get_magic_quotes_gpc — Gets the current configuration
setting of magic quotes gpc
get_magic_quotes_runtime — Gets the current active
configuration setting of magic_quotes_runtime
get_required_files — Alias of get_included_files()
getenv — Gets the value of an environment variable
getlastmod — Gets time of last page modification
getmygid — Get PHP script owner's GID
getmyinode — Gets the inode of the current script
getmypid — Gets PHP's process ID
getmyuid — Gets PHP script owner's UID
getopt — Gets options from the command line argument list
getrusage — Gets the current resource usages
ini_alter — Alias of ini_set()
ini_get_all — Gets all configuration options
ini_get — Gets the value of a configuration option
ini_restore — Restores the value of a configuration option
ini_set — Sets the value of a configuration option
main — Dummy for main()
memory_get_peak_usage — Returns the peak of memory allocated
by PHP
memory_get_usage — Returns the amount of memory allocated to PHP
php_ini_scanned_files — Return a list of .ini files parsed
from the additional ini dir
php_logo_guid — Gets the logo guid
php_sapi_name — Returns the type of interface between web
server and PHP
php_uname — Returns information about the operating system
PHP is running on
phpcredits — Prints out the credits for PHP
phpinfo — Outputs lots of PHP information
phpversion — Gets the current PHP version
putenv — Sets the value of an environment variable
restore_include_path — Restores the value of the
include_path configuration option
set_include_path — Sets the include_path configuration option
set_magic_quotes_runtime — Sets the current active
configuration setting of magic_quotes_runtime
set_time_limit — Limits the maximum execution time
sys_get_temp_dir — Returns directory path used for temporary
files
version_compare — Compares two "PHP-standardized" version
number strings
zend_logo_guid — Gets the Zend guid
zend_thread_id — Returns a unique identifier for the current
thread
zend_version — Gets the version of the current Zend engine



CXXV. POSIX

posix_access — Determine accessibility of a file 
posix_ctermid — Get path name of controlling terminal
posix_get_last_error — Retrieve the error number set by the
last posix function that failed
posix_getcwd — Pathname of current directory
posix_getegid — Return the effective group ID of the current
process
posix_geteuid — Return the effective user ID of the current
process
posix_getgid — Return the real group ID of the current process
posix_getgrgid — Return info about a group by group id
posix_getgrnam — Return info about a group by name
posix_getgroups — Return the group set of the current process
posix_getlogin — Return login name
posix_getpgid — Get process group id for job control
posix_getpgrp — Return the current process group identifier
posix_getpid — Return the current process identifier
posix_getppid — Return the parent process identifier
posix_getpwnam — Return info about a user by username
posix_getpwuid — Return info about a user by user id
posix_getrlimit — Return info about system resource limits
posix_getsid — Get the current sid of the process
posix_getuid — Return the real user ID of the current process
posix_initgroups — Calculate the group access list
posix_isatty — Determine if a file descriptor is an
interactive terminal
posix_kill — Send a signal to a process
posix_mkfifo — Create a fifo special file (a named pipe)
posix_mknod — Create a special or ordinary file (POSIX.1) 
posix_setegid — Set the effective GID of the current process
posix_seteuid — Set the effective UID of the current process
posix_setgid — Set the GID of the current process
posix_setpgid — Set process group id for job control
posix_setsid — Make the current process a session leader
posix_setuid — Set the UID of the current process
posix_strerror — Retrieve the system error message
associated with the given errno
posix_times — Get process times
posix_ttyname — Determine terminal device name
posix_uname — Get system name



CXXVI. POSIX Regex

ereg_replace — Replace regular expression
ereg — Regular expression match
eregi_replace — Replace regular expression case insensitive
eregi — Case insensitive regular expression match
split — Split string into array by regular expression
spliti — Split string into array by regular expression case
insensitive
sql_regcase — Make regular expression for case insensitive match



CXXVII. PostgreSQL

pg_affected_rows — Returns number of affected records (tuples)
pg_cancel_query — Cancel an asynchronous query 
pg_client_encoding — Gets the client encoding 
pg_close — Closes a PostgreSQL connection
pg_connect — Open a PostgreSQL connection
pg_connection_busy — Get connection is busy or not 
pg_connection_reset — Reset connection (reconnect) 
pg_connection_status — Get connection status 
pg_convert — Convert associative array values into suitable
for SQL statement 
pg_copy_from — Insert records into a table from an array 
pg_copy_to — Copy a table to an array 
pg_dbname — Get the database name
pg_delete — Deletes records 
pg_end_copy — Sync with PostgreSQL backend
pg_escape_bytea — Escape a string for insertion into a bytea
field 
pg_escape_string — Escape a string for insertion into a text
field 
pg_execute — Sends a request to execute a prepared statement
with given parameters, and waits for the result.
pg_fetch_all_columns — Fetches all rows in a particular
result column as an array
pg_fetch_all — Fetches all rows from a result as an array
pg_fetch_array — Fetch a row as an array
pg_fetch_assoc — Fetch a row as an associative array
pg_fetch_object — Fetch a row as an object
pg_fetch_result — Returns values from a result resource
pg_fetch_row — Get a row as an enumerated array
pg_field_is_null — Test if a field is SQL NULL
pg_field_name — Returns the name of a field
pg_field_num — Returns the field number of the named field
pg_field_prtlen — Returns the printed length
pg_field_size — Returns the internal storage size of the
named field 
pg_field_table — Returns the name or oid of the tables field
pg_field_type_oid — Returns the type ID (OID) for the
corresponding field number 
pg_field_type — Returns the type name for the corresponding
field number 
pg_free_result — Free result memory
pg_get_notify — Gets SQL NOTIFY message
pg_get_pid — Gets the backend's process ID
pg_get_result — Get asynchronous query result 
pg_host — Returns the host name associated with the connection 
pg_insert — Insert array into table 
pg_last_error — Get the last error message string of a
connection
pg_last_notice — Returns the last notice message from
PostgreSQL server 
pg_last_oid — Returns the last row's OID
pg_lo_close — Close a large object
pg_lo_create — Create a large object
pg_lo_export — Export a large object to file
pg_lo_import — Import a large object from file
pg_lo_open — Open a large object
pg_lo_read_all — Reads an entire large object and send
straight to browser 
pg_lo_read — Read a large object
pg_lo_seek — Seeks position within a large object 
pg_lo_tell — Returns current seek position a of large object 
pg_lo_unlink — Delete a large object
pg_lo_write — Write to a large object
pg_meta_data — Get meta data for table 
pg_num_fields — Returns the number of fields in a result
pg_num_rows — Returns the number of rows in a result
pg_options — Get the options associated with the connection
pg_parameter_status — Looks up a current parameter setting
of the server.
pg_pconnect — Open a persistent PostgreSQL connection
pg_ping — Ping database connection
pg_port — Return the port number associated with the connection 
pg_prepare — Submits a request to create a prepared
statement with the given parameters, and waits for completion.
pg_put_line — Send a NULL-terminated string to PostgreSQL
backend
pg_query_params — Submits a command to the server and waits
for the result, with the ability to pass parameters
separately from the SQL command text.
pg_query — Execute a query
pg_result_error_field — Returns an individual field of an
error report.
pg_result_error — Get error message associated with result 
pg_result_seek — Set internal row offset in result resource
pg_result_status — Get status of query result 
pg_select — Select records 
pg_send_execute — Sends a request to execute a prepared
statement with given parameters, without waiting for the
result(s).
pg_send_prepare — Sends a request to create a prepared
statement with the given parameters, without waiting for
completion.
pg_send_query_params — Submits a command and separate
parameters to the server without waiting for the result(s).
pg_send_query — Sends asynchronous query 
pg_set_client_encoding — Set the client encoding 
pg_set_error_verbosity — Determines the verbosity of
messages returned by pg_last_error() and pg_result_error(). 
pg_trace — Enable tracing a PostgreSQL connection
pg_transaction_status — Returns the current in-transaction
status of the server.
pg_tty — Return the TTY name associated with the connection 
pg_unescape_bytea — Unescape binary for bytea type 
pg_untrace — Disable tracing of a PostgreSQL connection
pg_update — Update table 
pg_version — Returns an array with client, protocol and
server version (when available) 



CXXVIII. PostgreSQL (PDO)

PDO_PGSQL DSN — Connecting to PostgreSQL databases
PDO::pgsqlLOBCreate — Creates a new large object
PDO::pgsqlLOBOpen — Opens an existing large object stream
PDO::pgsqlLOBUnlink — Deletes the large object



CXXIX. Printer

printer_abort — Deletes the printer's spool file
printer_close — Close an open printer connection
printer_create_brush — Create a new brush
printer_create_dc — Create a new device context
printer_create_font — Create a new font
printer_create_pen — Create a new pen
printer_delete_brush — Delete a brush
printer_delete_dc — Delete a device context
printer_delete_font — Delete a font
printer_delete_pen — Delete a pen
printer_draw_bmp — Draw a bmp
printer_draw_chord — Draw a chord
printer_draw_elipse — Draw an ellipse
printer_draw_line — Draw a line
printer_draw_pie — Draw a pie
printer_draw_rectangle — Draw a rectangle
printer_draw_roundrect — Draw a rectangle with rounded corners
printer_draw_text — Draw text
printer_end_doc — Close document
printer_end_page — Close active page
printer_get_option — Retrieve printer configuration data
printer_list — Return an array of printers attached to the
server
printer_logical_fontheight — Get logical font height
printer_open — Opens a connection to a printer
printer_select_brush — Select a brush
printer_select_font — S
 
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printer_select_brush — Select a brush
printer_select_font — Select a font
printer_select_pen — Select a pen
printer_set_option — Configure the printer connection
printer_start_doc — Start a new document
printer_start_page — Start a new page
printer_write — Write data to the printer



CXXX. Program Execution

escapeshellarg — Escape a string to be used as a shell argument
escapeshellcmd — Escape shell metacharacters
exec — Execute an external program
passthru — Execute an external program and display raw output
proc_close — Close a process opened by proc_open() and
return the exit code of that process.
proc_get_status — Get information about a process opened by
proc_open()
proc_nice — Change the priority of the current process
proc_open — Execute a command and open file pointers for
input/output 
proc_terminate — Kills a process opened by proc_open
shell_exec — Execute command via shell and return the
complete output as a string
system — Execute an external program and display the output



CXXXI. PS

ps_add_bookmark — Add bookmark to current page
ps_add_launchlink — Adds link which launches file
ps_add_locallink — Adds link to a page in the same document
ps_add_note — Adds note to current page
ps_add_pdflink — Adds link to a page in a second pdf document
ps_add_weblink — Adds link to a web location
ps_arc — Draws an arc counterclockwise
ps_arcn — Draws an arc clockwise
ps_begin_page — Start a new page
ps_begin_pattern — Start a new pattern
ps_begin_template — Start a new template
ps_circle — Draws a circle
ps_clip — Clips drawing to current path
ps_close_image — Closes image and frees memory
ps_close — Closes a PostScript document
ps_closepath_stroke — Closes and strokes path
ps_closepath — Closes path
ps_continue_text — Continue text in next line
ps_curveto — Draws a curve
ps_delete — Deletes all resources of a PostScript document
ps_end_page — End a page
ps_end_pattern — End a pattern
ps_end_template — End a template
ps_fill_stroke — Fills and strokes the current path
ps_fill — Fills the current path
ps_findfont — Loads a font
ps_get_buffer — Fetches the full buffer containig the
generated PS data
ps_get_parameter — Gets certain parameters
ps_get_value — Gets certain values
ps_hyphenate — Hyphenates a word
ps_include_file — Reads an external file with raw PostScript
code
ps_lineto — Draws a line
ps_makespotcolor — Create spot color
ps_moveto — Sets current point
ps_new — Creates a new PostScript document object
ps_open_file — Opens a file for output
ps_open_image_file — Opens image from file
ps_open_image — Reads an image for later placement
ps_open_memory_image — Takes an GD image and returns an
image for placement in a PS document
ps_place_image — Places image on the page
ps_rect — Draws a rectangle
ps_restore — Restore previously save context
ps_rotate — Sets rotation factor
ps_save — Save current context
ps_scale — Sets scaling factor
ps_set_border_color — Sets color of border for annotations
ps_set_border_dash — Sets length of dashes for border of
annotations
ps_set_border_style — Sets border style of annotations
ps_set_info — Sets information fields of document
ps_set_parameter — Sets certain parameters
ps_set_text_pos — Sets position for text output
ps_set_value — Sets certain values
ps_setcolor — Sets current color
ps_setdash — Sets appearance of a dashed line
ps_setflat — Sets flatness
ps_setfont — Sets font to use for following output
ps_setgray — Sets gray value
ps_setlinecap — Sets appearance of line ends
ps_setlinejoin — Sets how contected lines are joined
ps_setlinewidth — Sets width of a line
ps_setmiterlimit — Sets the miter limit
ps_setoverprintmode — Sets overprint mode
ps_setpolydash — Sets appearance of a dashed line
ps_shading_pattern — Creates a pattern based on a shading
ps_shading — Creates a shading for later use
ps_shfill — Fills an area with a shading
ps_show_boxed — Output text in a box
ps_show_xy2 — Output text at position
ps_show_xy — Output text at given position
ps_show2 — Output a text at current position
ps_show — Output text
ps_string_geometry — Gets geometry of a string
ps_stringwidth — Gets width of a string
ps_stroke — Draws the current path
ps_symbol_name — Gets name of a glyph
ps_symbol_width — Gets width of a glyph
ps_symbol — Output a glyph
ps_translate — Sets translation



CXXXII. Pspell

pspell_add_to_personal — Add the word to a personal wordlist
pspell_add_to_session — Add the word to the wordlist in the
current session
pspell_check — Check a word
pspell_clear_session — Clear the current session
pspell_config_create — Create a config used to open a dictionary
pspell_config_data_dir — location of language data files
pspell_config_dict_dir — Location of the main word list
pspell_config_ignore — Ignore words less than N characters long
pspell_config_mode — Change the mode number of suggestions
returned
pspell_config_personal — Set a file that contains personal
wordlist
pspell_config_repl — Set a file that contains replacement pairs
pspell_config_runtogether — Consider run-together words as
valid compounds
pspell_config_save_repl — Determine whether to save a
replacement pairs list along with the wordlist
pspell_new_config — Load a new dictionary with settings
based on a given config 
pspell_new_personal — Load a new dictionary with personal
wordlist
pspell_new — Load a new dictionary
pspell_save_wordlist — Save the personal wordlist to a file
pspell_store_replacement — Store a replacement pair for a word
pspell_suggest — Suggest spellings of a word



CXXXIII. qtdom

qdom_error — Returns the error string from the last QDOM
operation or FALSE if no errors occurred
qdom_tree — Creates a tree of an XML string



CXXXIV. radius

radius_acct_open — Creates a Radius handle for accounting
radius_add_server — Adds a server
radius_auth_open — Creates a Radius handle for authentication
radius_close — Frees all ressources
radius_config — Causes the library to read the given
configuration file
radius_create_request — Create accounting or authentication
request
radius_cvt_addr — Converts raw data to IP-Address
radius_cvt_int — Converts raw data to integer
radius_cvt_string — Converts raw data to string
radius_demangle_mppe_key — Derives mppe-keys from mangled data
radius_demangle — Demangles data
radius_get_attr — Extracts an attribute
radius_get_vendor_attr — Extracts a vendor specific attribute
radius_put_addr — Attaches an IP-Address attribute
radius_put_attr — Attaches a binary attribute
radius_put_int — Attaches an integer attribute
radius_put_string — Attaches a string attribute
radius_put_vendor_addr — Attaches a vendor specific
IP-Address attribute
radius_put_vendor_attr — Attaches a vendor specific binary
attribute
radius_put_vendor_int — Attaches a vendor specific integer
attribute
radius_put_vendor_string — Attaches a vendor specific string
attribute
radius_request_authenticator — Returns the request authenticator
radius_send_request — Sends the request and waites for a reply
radius_server_secret — Returns the shared secret
radius_strerror — Returns an error message



CXXXV. Rar

rar_close — Close Rar archive and free all resources
rar_entry_get — Get entry object from the Rar archive
Rar::extract — Extract entry from the archive
Rar::getAttr — Get attributes of the entry
Rar::getCrc — Get CRC of the entry
Rar::getFileTime — Get entry last modification time
Rar::getHostOs — Get entry host OS
Rar::getMethod — Get pack method of the entry
Rar::getName — Get name of the entry
Rar::getPackedSize — Get packed size of the entry
Rar::getUnpackedSize — Get unpacked size of the entry
Rar::getVersion — Get version of the archiver used to add
the entry
rar_list — Get entries list from the Rar archive
rar_open — Open Rar archive



CXXXVI. Readline

readline_add_history — Adds a line to the history
readline_callback_handler_install — Initializes the readline
callback interface and terminal, prints the prompt and
returns immediately
readline_callback_handler_remove — Removes a previously
installed callback handler and restores terminal settings
readline_callback_read_char — Reads a character and informs
the readline callback interface when a line is received
readline_clear_history — Clears the history
readline_completion_function — Registers a completion function
readline_info — Gets/sets various internal readline variables
readline_list_history — Lists the history
readline_on_new_line — Inform readline that the cursor has
moved to a new line
readline_read_history — Reads the history
readline_redisplay — Redraws the display
readline_write_history — Writes the history
readline — Reads a line



CXXXVII. Recode

recode_file — Recode from file to file according to recode
request
recode_string — Recode a string according to a recode request
recode — Alias of recode_string()



CXXXVIII. RPMReader

rpm_close — Closes an RPM file
rpm_get_tag — Retrieves a header tag from an RPM file
rpm_is_valid — Tests a filename for validity as an RPM file
rpm_open — Opens an RPM file
rpm_version — Returns a string representing the current
version of the rpmreader extension



CXXXIX. runkit

Runkit_Sandbox — Runkit Sandbox Class -- PHP Virtual Machine 
Runkit_Sandbox_Parent — Runkit Anti-Sandbox Class 
runkit_class_adopt — Convert a base class to an inherited
class, add ancestral methods when appropriate 
runkit_class_emancipate — Convert an inherited class to a
base class, removes any method whose scope is ancestral 
runkit_constant_add — Similar to define(), but allows
defining in class definitions as well 
runkit_constant_redefine — Redefine an already defined constant 
runkit_constant_remove — Remove/Delete an already defined
constant 
runkit_function_add — Add a new function, similar to
create_function() 
runkit_function_copy — Copy a function to a new function name 
runkit_function_redefine — Replace a function definition
with a new implementation 
runkit_function_remove — Remove a function definition 
runkit_function_rename — Change a function's name 
runkit_import — Process a PHP file importing function and
class definitions, overwriting where appropriate 
runkit_lint_file — Check the PHP syntax of the specified file 
runkit_lint — Check the PHP syntax of the specified php code 
runkit_method_add — Dynamically adds a new method to a given
class
runkit_method_copy — Copies a method from class to another
runkit_method_redefine — Dynamically changes the code of the
given method
runkit_method_remove — Dynamically removes the given method
runkit_method_rename — Dynamically changes the name of the
given method
runkit_return_value_used — Determines if the current
functions return value will be used
runkit_sandbox_output_handler — Specify a function to
capture and/or process output from a runkit sandbox 
runkit_superglobals — Return numerically indexed array of
registered superglobals 



CXL. SAM

SAMConnection->commit() — Commits (completes) the current
unit of work. 
SAMConnection->connect() — Establishes a connection to a
Messaging Server 
SAMConnection->__construct() — Creates a new connection to a
Messaging Server 
SAMConnection->disconnect() — Disconnects from a Messaging
Server 
SAMConnection->errno — Contains the unique numeric error
code of the last executed SAM operation.
SAMConnection->error — Contains the text description of the
last failed SAM operation.
SAMConnection->isConnected() — Queries whether a connection
is established to a Messaging Server 
SAMConnection->peek() — Read a message from a queue without
removing it from the queue. 
SAMConnection->peekAll() — Read one or more messages from a
queue without removing it from the queue. 
SAMConnection->receive() — Receive a message from a queue or
subscription. 
SAMConnection->remove() — Remove a message from a queue. 
SAMConnection->rollback() — Cancels (rolls back) an
in-flight unit of work. 
SAMConnection->send() — Send a message to a queue or publish
an item to a topic. 
SAMConnection::setDebug() — Turn on or off additional
debugging output. 
SAMConnection->subscribe() — Create a subscription to a
specified topic. 
SAMConnection->unsubscribe() — Cancel a subscription to a
specified topic. 
SAMMessage->body — The body of the message. 
SAMMessage->__construct() — Creates a new Message object 
SAMMessage->header — The header properties of the message. 



CXLI. Satellite

OrbitEnum — Use CORBA enums
OrbitObject — Access CORBA objects
OrbitStruct — Use CORBA structs
satellite_caught_exception — See if an exception was caught
from the previous function
satellite_exception_id — Get the repository id for the
latest exception.
satellite_exception_value — Get the exception struct for the
latest exception
satellite_get_repository_id — NOT IMPLEMENTED
satellite_load_idl — Instruct the type manager to load an
IDL file
satellite_object_to_string — Convert an object to its string
representation



CXLII. SCA

SCA_LocalProxy::createDataObject — create an SDO 
SCA_SoapProxy::createDataObject — create an SDO 
SCA::createDataObject — create an SDO 
SCA::getService — Obtain a proxy for a service 



CXLIII. SDO

SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::beginLogging — Begin change logging 
SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::endLogging — End change logging 
SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::getChangeType — Get the type of
change made to an SDO_DataObject 
SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::getChangedDataObjects — Get the
changed data objects from a change summary 
SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::getOldContainer — Get the old
container for a deleted SDO_DataObject 
SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::getOldValues — Get the old values for
a given changed SDO_DataObject 
SDO_DAS_ChangeSummary::isLogging — Test to see whether
change logging is switched on 
SDO_DAS_DataFactory::addPropertyToType — Adds a property to
a type 
SDO_DAS_DataFactory::addType — Add a new type to a model 
SDO_DAS_DataFactory::getDataFactory — Get a data factory
instance 
SDO_DAS_DataObject::getChangeSummary — Get a data object's
change summary 
SDO_DAS_Setting::getListIndex — Get the list index for a
changed many-valued property 
SDO_DAS_Setting::getPropertyIndex — Get the property index
for a changed property 
SDO_DAS_Setting::getPropertyName — Get the property name for
a changed property 
SDO_DAS_Setting::getValue — Get the old value for the
changed property 
SDO_DAS_Setting::isSet — Test whether a property was set
prior to being modified 
SDO_DataFactory::create — Create an SDO_DataObject 
SDO_DataObject::clear — Clear an SDO_DataObject's properties 
SDO_DataObject::createDataObject — Create a child
SDO_DataObject 
SDO_DataObject::getContainer — Get a data object's container 
SDO_DataObject::getSequence — Get the sequence for a data
object 
SDO_DataObject::getTypeName — Return the name of the type
for a data object. 
SDO_DataObject::getTypeNamespaceURI — Return the namespace
URI of the type for a data object. 
SDO_Exception::getCause — Get the cause of the exception. 
SDO_List::insert — Insert into a list 
SDO_Model_Property::getContainingType — Get the
SDO_Model_Type which contains this property 
SDO_Model_Property::getDefault — Get the default value for
the property 
SDO_Model_Property::getName — Get the name of the
SDO_Model_Property 
SDO_Model_Property::getType — Get the SDO_Model_Type of the
property 
SDO_Model_Property::isContainment — Test to see if the
property defines a containment relationship 
SDO_Model_Property::isMany — Test to see if the property is
many-valued 
SDO_Model_ReflectionDataObject::__construct — Construct an
SDO_Model_ReflectionDataObject 
SDO_Model_ReflectionDataObject::export — Get a string
describing the SDO_DataObject. 
SDO_Model_ReflectionDataObject::getContainmentProperty — Get
the property which defines the containment relationship to
the data object 
SDO_Model_ReflectionDataObject::getInstanceProperties — Get
the instance properties of the SDO_DataObject 
SDO_Model_ReflectionDataObject::getType — Get the
SDO_Model_Type for the SDO_DataObject 
SDO_Model_Type::getBaseType — Get the base type for this type 
SDO_Model_Type::getName — Get the name of the type 
SDO_Model_Type::getNamespaceURI — Get the namespace URI of
the type 
SDO_Model_Type::getProperties — Get the SDO_Model_Property
objects defined for the type 
SDO_Model_Type::getProperty — Get an SDO_Model_Property of
the type 
SDO_Model_Type::isAbstractType — Test to see if this
SDO_Model_Type is an abstract data type 
SDO_Model_Type::isDataType — Test to see if this
SDO_Model_Type is a primitive data type 
SDO_Model_Type::isInstance — Test for an SDO_DataObject
being an instance of this SDO_Model_Type 
SDO_Model_Type::isOpenType — Test to see if this type is an
open type 
SDO_Model_Type::isSequencedType — Test to see if this is a
sequenced type 
SDO_Sequence::getProperty — Return the property for the
specified sequence index. 
SDO_Sequence::insert — Insert into a sequence 
SDO_Sequence::move — Move an item to another sequence position 



CXLIV. SDO DAS XML

SDO_DAS_XML_Document::getRootDataObject — Returns the root
SDO_DataObject 
SDO_DAS_XML_Document::getRootElementName — Returns root
element's name 
SDO_DAS_XML_Document::getRootElementURI — Returns root
element's URI string 
SDO_DAS_XML_Document::setEncoding — Sets the given string as
encoding 
SDO_DAS_XML_Document::setXMLDeclaration — Sets the xml
declaration 
SDO_DAS_XML_Document::setXMLVersion — Sets the given string
as xml version 
SDO_DAS_XML::addTypes — To load a second or subsequent
schema file to a SDO_DAS_XML object 
SDO_DAS_XML::create — To create SDO_DAS_XML object for a
given schema file 
SDO_DAS_XML::createDataObject — Creates SDO_DataObject for a
given namespace URI and type name 
SDO_DAS_XML::createDocument — Creates an XML Document object
from scratch, without the need to load a document from a
file or string. 
SDO_DAS_XML::loadFile — Returns SDO_DAS_XML_Document object
for a given path to xml instance document 
SDO_DAS_XML::loadString — Returns SDO_DAS_XML_Document for a
given xml instance string 
SDO_DAS_XML::saveFile — Saves the SDO_DAS_XML_Document
object to a file 
SDO_DAS_XML::saveString — Saves the SDO_DAS_XML_Document
object to a string 



CXLV. SDO-DAS-Relational

SDO_DAS_Relational::applyChanges — Applies the changes made
to a data graph back to the database. 
SDO_DAS_Relational::__construct — Creates an instance of a
Relational Data Access Service 
SDO_DAS_Relational::createRootDataObject — Returns the
special root object in an otherwise empty data graph. Used
when creating a data graph from scratch. 
SDO_DAS_Relational::executePreparedQuery — Executes an SQL
query passed as a prepared statement, with a list of values
to substitute for placeholders, and return the results as a
normalised data graph. 
SDO_DAS_Relational::executeQuery — Executes a given SQL
query against a relational database and returns the results
as a normalised data graph. 



CXLVI. Semaphore

ftok — Convert a pathname and a project identifier to a
System V IPC key
msg_get_queue — Create or attach to a message queue
msg_receive — Receive a message from a message queue
msg_remove_queue — Destroy a message queue
msg_send — Send a message to a message queue
msg_set_queue — Set information in the message queue data
structure
msg_stat_queue — Returns information from the message queue
data structure
sem_acquire — Acquire a semaphore
sem_get — Get a semaphore id
sem_release — Release a semaphore
sem_remove — Remove a semaphore
shm_attach — Creates or open a shared memory segment
shm_detach — Disconnects from shared memory segment
shm_get_var — Returns a variable from shared memory
shm_put_var — Inserts or updates a variable in shared memory
shm_remove_var — Removes a variable from shared memory 
shm_remove — Removes shared memory from Unix systems



CXLVII. SESAM

sesam_affected_rows — Get number of rows affected by an
immediate query
sesam_commit — Commit pending updates to the SESAM database
sesam_connect — Open SESAM database connection
sesam_diagnostic — Return status information for last SESAM call
sesam_disconnect — Detach from SESAM connection
sesam_errormsg — Returns error message of last SESAM call
sesam_execimm — Execute an "immediate" SQL-statement
sesam_fetch_array — Fetch one row as an associative array
sesam_fetch_result — Return all or part of a query result
sesam_fetch_row — Fetch one row as an array
sesam_field_array — Return meta information about individual
columns in a result
sesam_field_name — Return one column name of the result set
sesam_free_result — Releases resources for the query
sesam_num_fields — Return the number of fields/columns in a
result set
sesam_query — Perform a SESAM SQL query and prepare the result
sesam_rollback — Discard any pending updates to the SESAM
database
sesam_seek_row — Set scrollable cursor mode for subsequent
fetches
sesam_settransaction — Set SESAM transaction parameters



CXLVIII. Session PgSQL

session_pgsql_add_error — Increments error counts and sets
last error message
session_pgsql_get_error — Returns number of errors and last
error message
session_pgsql_get_field — Get custom field value
session_pgsql_reset — Reset connection to session database
servers
session_pgsql_set_field — Set custom field value
session_pgsql_status — Get current save handler status



CXLIX. Sessions

session_cache_expire — Return current cache expire
session_cache_limiter — Get and/or set the current cache limiter
session_commit — Alias of session_write_close()
session_decode — Decodes session data from a string
session_destroy — Destroys all data registered to a session
session_encode — Encodes the current session data as a string
session_get_cookie_params — Get the session cookie parameters
session_id — Get and/or set the current session id
session_is_registered — Find out whether a global variable
is registered in a session
session_module_name — Get and/or set the current session module
session_name — Get and/or set the current session name
session_regenerate_id — Update the current session id with a
newly generated one 
session_register — Register one or more global variables
with the current session
session_save_path — Get and/or set the current session save path
session_set_cookie_params — Set the session cookie parameters
session_set_save_handler — Sets user-level session storage
functions
session_start — Initialize session data
session_unregister — Unregister a global variable from the
current session
session_unset — Free all session variables
session_write_close — Write session data and end session



CL. shmop

shmop_close — Close shared memory block
shmop_delete — Delete shared memory block
shmop_open — Create or open shared memory block
shmop_read — Read data from shared memory block
shmop_size — Get size of shared memory block
shmop_write — Write data into shared memory block



CLI. SimpleXML

SimpleXMLElement->addAttribute() — Adds an attribute to the
SimpleXML element 
SimpleXMLElement->addChild() — Adds a child element to the
XML node 
SimpleXMLElement->asXML() — Return a well-formed XML string
based on SimpleXML element 
SimpleXMLElement->attributes() — Identifies an element's
attributes
SimpleXMLElement->children() — Finds children of given node
SimpleXMLElement->__construct() — Creates a new
SimpleXMLElement object 
SimpleXMLElement->getDocNamespaces() — Returns namespaces
declared in document 
SimpleXMLElement->getName() — Gets the name of the XML element
SimpleXMLElement->getNamespaces() — Returns namespaces used
in document 
SimpleXMLElement->registerXPathNamespace() — Creates a
prefix/ns context for the next XPath query 
SimpleXMLElement->xpath() — Runs XPath query on XML data
simplexml_import_dom — Get a SimpleXMLElement object from a
DOM node.
simplexml_load_file — Interprets an XML file into an object 
simplexml_load_string — Interprets a string of XML into an
object 



CLII. SNMP

snmp_get_quick_print — Fetches the current value of the UCD
library's quick_print setting 
snmp_get_valueretrieval — Return the method how the SNMP
values will be returned 
snmp_read_mib — Reads and parses a MIB file into the active
MIB tree 
snmp_set_enum_print — Return all values that are enums with
their enum value instead of the raw integer 
snmp_set_oid_numeric_print — Return all objects including
their respective object id within the specified one 
snmp_set_oid_output_format — Set the OID output format 
snmp_set_quick_print — Set the value of quick_print within
the UCD SNMP library 
snmp_set_valueretrieval — Specify the method how the SNMP
values will be returned 
snmpget — Fetch an SNMP object
snmpgetnext — Fetch a SNMP object 
snmprealwalk — Return all objects including their respective
object ID within the specified one 
snmpset — Set an SNMP object
snmpwalk — Fetch all the SNMP objects from an agent
snmpwalkoid — Query for a tree of information about a
network entity 



CLIII. SOAP

is_soap_fault — Checks if SOAP call was failed 
SoapClient->__call() — Calls a SOAP function (deprecated) 
SoapClient->__construct() — SoapClient constructor 
SoapClient->__doRequest() — Performs a SOAP request 
SoapClient->__getFunctions() — Returns list of SOAP functions 
SoapClient->__getLastRequest() — Returns last SOAP request 
SoapClient->__getLastRequestHeaders() — Returns last SOAP
request headers 
SoapClient->__getLastResponse() — Returns last SOAP response. 
SoapClient->__getLastResponseHeaders() — Returns last SOAP
response headers. 
SoapClient->__getTypes() — Returns list of SOAP types 
SoapClient->__setCookie() — Sets the cookie that will be
sent with the SOAP request 
SoapClient->__soapCall() — Calls a SOAP function 
SoapFault->__construct() — SoapFault constructor 
SoapHeader->__construct() — SoapHeader constructor 
SoapParam->__construct() — SoapParam constructor 
SoapServer->addFunction() — Adds one or several functions
those will handle SOAP requests 
SoapServer->__construct() — SoapServer constructor 
SoapServer->fault() — Issue SoapServer fault indicating an error
SoapServer->getFunctions() — Returns list of defined functions 
SoapServer->handle() — Handles a SOAP request 
SoapServer->setClass() — Sets class which will handle SOAP
requests 
SoapServer->setPersistence() — Sets persistence mode of
SoapServer 
SoapVar->__construct() — SoapVar constructor 
use_soap_error_handler — Set whether to use the SOAP error
handler and return the former value



CLIV. Sockets

socket_accept — Accepts a connection on a socket
socket_bind — Binds a name to a socket
socket_clear_error — Clears the error on the socket or the
last error code
socket_close — Closes a socket resource
socket_connect — Initiates a connection on a socket
socket_create_listen — Opens a socket on port to accept
connections 
socket_create_pair — Creates a pair of indistinguishable
sockets and stores them in an array
socket_create — Create a socket (endpoint for communication)
socket_get_option — Gets socket options for the socket 
socket_getpeername — Queries the remote side of the given
socket which may either result in host/port or in a Unix
filesystem path, dependent on its type
socket_getsockname — Queries the local side of the given
socket which may either result in host/port or in a Unix
filesystem path, dependent on its type
socket_last_error — Returns the last error on the socket 
socket_listen — Listens for a connection on a socket
socket_read — Reads a maximum of length bytes from a socket
socket_recv — Receives data from a connected socket 
socket_recvfrom — Receives data from a socket whether or not
it is connection-oriented
socket_select — Runs the select() system call on the given
arrays of sockets with a specified timeout
socket_send — Sends data to a connected socket
socket_sendto — Sends a message to a socket, whether it is
connected or not 
socket_set_block — Sets blocking mode on a socket resource
socket_set_nonblock — Sets nonblocking mode for file
descriptor fd 
socket_set_option — Sets socket options for the socket
socket_shutdown — Shuts down a socket for receiving,
sending, or both
socket_strerror — Return a string describing a socket error
socket_write — Write to a socket



CLV. spl

ArrayIterator::current — Return current array entry
ArrayIterator::key — Return current array key
ArrayIterator::next — Move to next entry
ArrayIterator::rewind — Rewind array back to the start
ArrayIterator::seek — Seek to position
ArrayIterator::valid — Check whether array contains more entries
ArrayObject::append — Appends the value
ArrayObject::__construct — Construct a new array object
ArrayObject::count — Return the number of elements in the
Iterator
ArrayObject::getIterator — Create a new iterator from an
ArrayObject instance
ArrayObject::offsetExists — Returns whether the requested
$index exists
ArrayObject::offsetGet — Returns the value at the specified
$index
ArrayObject::offsetSet — Sets the value at the specified
$index to $newval
ArrayObject::offsetUnset — Unsets the value at the specified
$index
CachingIterator::hasNext — Check whether the inner iterator
has a valid next element
CachingIterator::next — Move the iterator forward
CachingIterator::rewind — Rewind the iterator
CachingIterator::__toString — Return the string
representation of the current element
CachingIterator::valid — Check whether the current element
is valid
CachingRecursiveIterator::getChildren — Return the inner
iterator's children as a CachingRecursiveIterator
CachingRecursiveIterator::hasChildren — Check whether the
current element of the inner iterator has children
DirectoryIterator::__construct — Constructs a new dir
iterator from a path
DirectoryIterator::current — Return this (needed for
Iterator interface)
DirectoryIterator::getATime — Get last access time of file
DirectoryIterator::getCTime — Get inode modification time of
file
DirectoryIterator::getFilename — Return filename of current
dir entry
DirectoryIterator::getGroup — Get file group
DirectoryIterator::getInode — Get file inode
DirectoryIterator::getMTime — Get last modification time of file
DirectoryIterator::getOwner — Get file owner
DirectoryIterator::getPath — Return directory path
DirectoryIterator::getPathname — Return path and filename of
current dir entry
DirectoryIterator::getPerms — Get file permissions
DirectoryIterator::getSize — Get file size
DirectoryIterator::getType — Get file type
DirectoryIterator::isDir — Returns true if file is directory
DirectoryIterator::isDot — Returns true if current entry is
'.' or '..'
DirectoryIterator::isExecutable — Returns true if file is
executable
DirectoryIterator::isFile — Returns true if file is a
regular file
DirectoryIterator::isLink — Returns true if file is symbolic
link
DirectoryIterator::isReadable — Returns true if file can be read
DirectoryIterator::isWritable — Returns true if file can be
written
DirectoryIterator::key — Return current dir entry
DirectoryIterator::next — Move to next entry
DirectoryIterator::rewind — Rewind dir back to the start
DirectoryIterator::valid — Check whether dir contains more
entries
FilterIterator::current — Get the current element value
FilterIterator::getInnerIterator — Get the inner iterator
FilterIterator::key — Get the current key
FilterIterator::next — Move the iterator forward
FilterIterator::rewind — Rewind the iterator
FilterIterator::valid — Check whether the current element is
valid
LimitIterator::getPosition — Return the current position
LimitIterator::next — Move the iterator forward
LimitIterator::rewind — Rewind the iterator to the specified
starting offset
LimitIterator::seek — Seek to the given position
LimitIterator::valid — Check whether the current element is
valid
ParentIterator::getChildren — Return the inner iterator's
children contained in a ParentIterator
ParentIterator::hasChildren — Check whether the inner
iterator's current element has children
ParentIterator::next — Move the iterator forward
ParentIterator::rewind — Rewind the iterator
RecursiveDirectoryIterator::getChildren — Returns an
iterator for the current entry if it is a directory
RecursiveDirectoryIterator::hasChildren — Returns whether
current entry is a directory and not '.' or '..'
RecursiveDirectoryIterator::key — Return path and filename
of current dir entry
RecursiveDirectoryIterator::next — Move to next entry
RecursiveDirectoryIterator::rewind — Rewind dir back to the
start
RecursiveIteratorIterator::current — Access the current
element value
RecursiveIteratorIterator::getDepth — Get the current depth
of the recursive iteration
RecursiveIteratorIterator::getSubIterator — The current
active sub iterator
RecursiveIteratorIterator::key — Access the current key
RecursiveIteratorIterator::next — Move forward to the next
element
RecursiveIteratorIterator::rewind — Rewind the iterator to
the first element of the top level inner iterator
RecursiveIteratorIterator::valid — Check whether the current
position is valid
SimpleXMLIterator::current — Return current SimpleXML entry
SimpleXMLIterator::getChildren — Returns an iterator for the
current entry if it is a SimpleXML object
SimpleXMLIterator::hasChildren — Returns whether current
entry is a SimpleXML object
SimpleXMLIterator::key — Return current SimpleXML key
SimpleXMLIterator::next — Move to next entry
SimpleXMLIterator::rewind — Rewind SimpleXML back to the start
SimpleXMLIterator::valid — Check whether SimpleXML contains
more entries
class_implements — Return the interfaces which are
implemented by the given class 
class_parents — Return the parent classes of the given class 
iterator_count — Count the elements in an iterator
iterator_to_array — Copy the iterator into an array
spl_autoload_call — Try all registered __autoload() function
to load the requested class
spl_autoload_extensions — Register and return default file
extensions for spl_autoload
spl_autoload_functions — Return all registered __autoload()
functions
spl_autoload_register — Register given function as
__autoload() implementation
spl_autoload_unregister — Unregister given function as
__autoload() implementation
spl_autoload — Default implementation for __autoload()
spl_classes — Return available SPL classes
spl_object_hash — Return hash id for given object 



CLVI. SQLite

sqlite_array_query — Execute a query against a given
database and returns an array
sqlite_busy_timeout — Set busy timeout duration, or disable
busy handlers
sqlite_changes — Returns the number of rows that were
changed by the most recent SQL statement 
sqlite_close — Closes an open SQLite database
sqlite_column — Fetches a column from the current row of a
result set
sqlite_create_aggregate — Register an aggregating UDF for
use in SQL statements
sqlite_create_function — Registers a "regular" User Defined
Function for use in SQL statements 
sqlite_current — Fetches the current row from a result set
as an array
sqlite_error_string — Returns the textual description of an
error code
sqlite_escape_string — Escapes a string for use as a query
parameter
sqlite_exec — Executes a result-less query against a given
database
sqlite_factory — Opens a SQLite database and returns a
SQLiteDatabase object
sqlite_fetch_all — Fetches all rows from a result set as an
array of arrays
sqlite_fetch_array — Fetches the next row from a result set
as an array
sqlite_fetch_column_types — Return an array of column types
from a particular table 
sqlite_fetch_object — Fetches the next row from a result set
as an object
sqlite_fetch_single — Fetches the first column of a result
set as a string
sqlite_fetch_string — Alias of sqlite_fetch_single()
sqlite_field_name — Returns the name of a particular field
sqlite_has_more — Finds whether or not more rows are available
sqlite_has_prev — Returns whether or not a previous row is
available
sqlite_key — Returns the current row index
sqlite_last_error — Returns the error code of the last error
for a database
sqlite_last_insert_rowid — Returns the rowid of the most
recently inserted row
sqlite_libencoding — Returns the encoding of the linked
SQLite library
sqlite_libversion — Returns the version of the linked SQLite
library
sqlite_next — Seek to the next row number
sqlite_num_fields — Returns the number of fields in a result set
sqlite_num_rows — Returns the number of rows in a buffered
result set
sqlite_open — Opens a SQLite database and create the
database if it does not exist
sqlite_popen — Opens a persistent handle to an SQLite
database and create the database if it does not exist 
sqlite_prev — Seek to the previous row number of a result set
sqlite_query — Executes a query against a given database and
returns a result handle
sqlite_rewind — Seek to the first row number
sqlite_seek — Seek to a particular row number of a buffered
result set
sqlite_single_query — Executes a query and returns either an
array for one single column or the value of the first row 
sqlite_udf_decode_binary — Decode binary data passed as
parameters to an UDF
sqlite_udf_encode_binary — Encode binary data before
returning it from an UDF
sqlite_unbuffered_query — Execute a query that does not
prefetch and buffer all data
sqlite_valid — Returns whether more rows are available



CLVII. SQLite (PDO)

PDO_SQLITE DSN — Connecting to SQLite databases
PDO->sqliteCreateAggregate() — Registers an aggregating User
Defined Function for use in SQL statements 
PDO->sqliteCreateFunction() — Registers a User Defined
Function for use in SQL statements 



CLVIII. ssh2

ssh2_auth_hostbased_file — Authenticate using a public hostkey
ssh2_auth_none — Authenticate as "none"
ssh2_auth_password — Authenticate over SSH using a plain
password
ssh2_auth_pubkey_file — Authenticate using a public key
ssh2_connect — Connect to an SSH server
ssh2_exec — Execute a command on a remote server
ssh2_fetch_stream — Fetch an extended data stream
ssh2_fingerprint — Retreive fingerprint of remote server
ssh2_methods_negotiated — Return list of negotiated methods
ssh2_publickey_add — Add an authorized publickey 
ssh2_publickey_init — Initialize Publickey subsystem 
ssh2_publickey_list — List currently authorized publickeys 
ssh2_publickey_remove — Remove an authorized publickey 
ssh2_scp_recv — Request a file via SCP
ssh2_scp_send — Send a file via SCP
ssh2_sftp_lstat — Stat a symbolic link
ssh2_sftp_mkdir — Create a directory
ssh2_sftp_readlink — Return the target of a symbolic link
ssh2_sftp_realpath — Resolve the realpath of a provided path
string
ssh2_sftp_rename — Rename a remote file
ssh2_sftp_rmdir — Remove a directory
ssh2_sftp_stat — Stat a file on a remote filesystem
ssh2_sftp_symlink — Create a symlink
ssh2_sftp_unlink — Delete a file
ssh2_sftp — Initialize SFTP subsystem
ssh2_shell — Request an interactive shell
ssh2_tunnel — Open a tunnel through a remote server



CLIX. Statistics

stats_absolute_deviation — Returns the absolute deviation of
an array of values
stats_cdf_beta — CDF function for BETA Distribution.
Calculates any one parameter of the beta distribution given
values for the others.
stats_cdf_binomial — Calculates any one parameter of the
binomial distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_cauchy — Not documented
stats_cdf_chisquare — Calculates any one parameter of the
chi-square distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_exponential — Not documented
stats_cdf_f — Calculates any one parameter of the F
distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_gamma — Calculates any one parameter of the gamma
distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_laplace — Not documented
stats_cdf_logistic — Not documented
stats_cdf_negative_binomial — Calculates any one parameter
of the negative binomial distribution given values for the
others.
stats_cdf_noncentral_chisquare — Calculates any one
parameter of the non-central chi-square distribution given
values for the others.
stats_cdf_noncentral_f — Calculates any one parameter of the
Non-central F distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_poisson — Calculates any one parameter of the
Poisson distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_t — Calculates any one parameter of the T
distribution given values for the others.
stats_cdf_uniform — Not documented
stats_cdf_weibull — Not documented
stats_covariance — Computes the covariance of two data sets
stats_den_uniform — Not documented
stats_dens_beta — Not documented
stats_dens_cauchy — Not documented
stats_dens_chisquare — Not documented
stats_dens_exponential — Not documented
stats_dens_f
stats_dens_gamma — Not documented
stats_dens_laplace — Not documented
stats_dens_logistic — Not documented
stats_dens_negative_binomial — Not documented
stats_dens_normal — Not documented
stats_dens_pmf_binomial — Not documented
stats_dens_pmf_hypergeometric
stats_dens_pmf_poisson — Not documented
stats_dens_t — Not documented
stats_dens_weibull — Not documented
stats_harmonic_mean — Returns the harmonic mean of an array
of values
stats_kurtosis — Computes the kurtosis of the data in the array
stats_rand_gen_beta — Generates beta random deviate
stats_rand_gen_chisquare — Generates random deviate from the
distribution of a chisquare with "df" degrees of freedom
random variable.
stats_rand_gen_exponential — Generates a single random
deviate from an exponential distribution with mean "av"
stats_rand_gen_f — Generates a random deviate
stats_rand_gen_funiform — Generates uniform float between
low (exclusive) and high (exclusive)
stats_rand_gen_gamma — Generates random deviates from a
gamma distribution
stats_rand_gen_ibinomial_negative — Generates a single
random deviate from a negative binomial distribution.
Arguments : n - the number of trials in the negative
binomial distribution from which a random deviate is to be
generated (n > 0), p - the probability of an event (0 < p < 1)).
stats_rand_gen_ibinomial — Generates a single random deviate
from a binomial distribution whose number of trials is "n"
(n >= 0) and whose probability of an event in each trial is
"pp" ([0;1]). Method : algorithm BTPE
stats_rand_gen_int — Generates random integer between 1 and
2147483562
stats_rand_gen_ipoisson — Generates a single random deviate
from a Poisson distribution with mean "mu" (mu >= 0.0).
stats_rand_gen_iuniform — Generates integer uniformly
distributed between LOW (inclusive) and HIGH (inclusive)
stats_rand_gen_noncenral_chisquare — Generates random
deviate from the distribution of a noncentral chisquare with
"df" degrees of freedom and noncentrality parameter "xnonc".
d must be >= 1.0, xnonc must >= 0.0
stats_rand_gen_noncentral_f — Generates a random deviate
from the noncentral F (variance ratio) distribution with
"dfn" degrees of freedom in the numerator, and "dfd" degrees
of freedom in the denominator, and noncentrality parameter
"xnonc". Method : directly generates ratio of noncentral
numerator chisquare variate to central denominator chisquare
variate.
stats_rand_gen_noncentral_t — Generates a single random
deviate from a noncentral T distribution
stats_rand_gen_normal — Generates a single random deviate
from a normal distribution with mean, av, and standard
deviation, sd (sd >= 0). Method : Renames SNORM from TOMS as
slightly modified by BWB to use RANF instead of SUNIF.
stats_rand_gen_t — Generates a single random deviate from a
T distribution
stats_rand_get_seeds — Not documented
stats_rand_phrase_to_seeds — generate two seeds for the RGN
random number generator
stats_rand_ranf — Returns a random floating point number
from a uniform distribution over 0 - 1 (endpoints of this
interval are not returned) using the current generator
stats_rand_setall — Not documented
stats_skew — Computes the skewness of the data in the array
stats_standard_deviation — Returns the standard deviation
stats_stat_binomial_coef — Not documented
stats_stat_correlation — Not documented
stats_stat_gennch — Not documented
stats_stat_independent_t — Not documented
stats_stat_innerproduct
stats_stat_noncentral_t — Calculates any one parameter of
the noncentral t distribution give values for the others.
stats_stat_paired_t — Not documented
stats_stat_percentile — Not documented
stats_stat_powersum — Not documented
stats_variance — Returns the population variance



CLX. Streams

stream_bucket_append — Append bucket to brigade 
stream_bucket_make_writeable — Return a bucket object from
the brigade for operating on 
stream_bucket_new — Create a new bucket for use on the
current stream 
stream_bucket_prepend — Prepend bucket to brigade 
stream_context_create — Create a streams context
stream_context_get_default — Retreive the default streams
context
stream_context_get_options — Retrieve options for a
stream/wrapper/context
stream_context_set_option — Sets an option for a
stream/wrapper/context
stream_context_set_params — Set parameters for a
stream/wrapper/context
stream_copy_to_stream — Copies data from one stream to another
stream_encoding — Set character set for stream encoding
stream_filter_append — Attach a filter to a stream
stream_filter_prepend — Attach a filter to a stream
stream_filter_register — Register a stream filter
implemented as a PHP class derived from php_user_filter 
stream_filter_remove — Remove a filter from a stream
stream_get_contents — Reads remainder of a stream into a string
stream_get_filters — Retrieve list of registered filters
stream_get_line — Gets line from stream resource up to a
given delimiter
stream_get_meta_data — Retrieves header/meta data from
streams/file pointers
stream_get_transports — Retrieve list of registered socket
transports
stream_get_wrappers — Retrieve list of registered streams
stream_register_wrapper — Alias of stream_wrapper_register()
stream_resolve_include_path — Determine what file will be
opened by calls to fopen() with a relative path 
stream_select — Runs the equivalent of the select() system
call on the given arrays of streams with a timeout specified
by tv_sec and tv_usec 
stream_set_blocking — Set blocking/non-blocking mode on a stream
stream_set_timeout — Set timeout period on a stream
stream_set_write_buffer — Sets file buffering on the given
stream
stream_socket_accept — Accept a connection on a socket
created by stream_socket_server() 
stream_socket_client — Open Internet or Unix domain socket
connection 
stream_socket_enable_crypto — Turns encryption on/off on an
already connected socket 
stream_socket_get_name — Retrieve the name of the local or
remote sockets
stream_socket_pair — Creates a pair of connected,
indistinguishable socket streams 
stream_socket_recvfrom — Receives data from a socket,
connected or not 
stream_socket_sendto — Sends a message to a socket, whether
it is connected or not 
stream_socket_server — Create an Internet or Unix domain
server socket 
stream_socket_shutdown — Shutdown a full-duplex connection
stream_wrapper_register — Register a URL wrapper implemented
as a PHP class
stream_wrapper_restore — Restores a previously unregistered
built-in wrapper
stream_wrapper_unregister — Unregister a URL wrapper



CLXI. Strings

addcslashes — Quote string with slashes in a C style
addslashes — Quote string with slashes
bin2hex — Convert binary data into hexadecimal representation
chop — Alias of rtrim()
chr — Return a specific character
chunk_split — Split a string into smaller chunks
convert_cyr_string — Convert from one Cyrillic character set
to another
convert_uudecode — Decode a uuencoded string
convert_uuencode — Uuencode a string
count_chars — Return information about characters used in a
string
crc32 — Calculates the crc32 polynomial of a string
crypt — One-way string encryption (hashing)
echo — Output one or more strings
explode — Split a string by string
fprintf — Write a formatted string to a stream
get_html_translation_table — Returns the translation table
used by htmlspecialchars() and htmlentities()
hebrev — Convert logical Hebrew text to visual text
hebrevc — Convert logical Hebrew text to visual text with
newline conversion
html_entity_decode — Convert all HTML entities to their
applicable characters
htmlentities — Convert all applicable characters to HTML
entities
htmlspecialchars_decode — Convert special HTML entities back
to characters 
htmlspecialchars — Convert special characters to HTML entities 
implode — Join array elements with a string
join — Alias of implode()
levenshtein — Calculate Levenshtein distance between two
strings 
localeconv — Get numeric formatting information
ltrim — Strip whitespace (or other characters) from the
beginning of a string
md5_file — Calculates the md5 hash of a given file
md5 — Calculate the md5 hash of a string
metaphone — Calculate the metaphone key of a string
money_format — Formats a number as a currency string
nl_langinfo — Query language and locale information
nl2br — Inserts HTML line breaks before all newlines in a string
number_format — Format a number with grouped thousands
ord — Return ASCII value of character
parse_str — Parses the string into variables
print — Output a string
printf — Output a formatted string
quoted_printable_decode — Convert a quoted-printable string
to an 8 bit string
quotemeta — Quote meta characters
rtrim — Strip whitespace (or other characters) from the end
of a string
setlocale — Set locale information
sha1_file — Calculate the sha1 hash of a file
sha1 — Calculate the sha1 hash of a string
similar_text — Calculate the similarity between two strings
soundex — Calculate the soundex key of a string
sprintf — Return a formatted string
sscanf — Parses input from a string according to a format 
str_getcsv — Parse a CSV string into an array 
str_ireplace — Case-insensitive version of str_replace().
str_pad — Pad a string to a certain length with another string
str_repeat — Repeat a string
str_replace — Replace all occurrences of the search string
with the replacement string
str_rot13 — Perform the rot13 transform on a string
str_shuffle — Randomly shuffles a string
str_split — Convert a string to an array
str_word_count — Return information about words used in a
string 
strcasecmp — Binary safe case-insensitive string comparison
strchr — Alias of strstr()
strcmp — Binary safe string comparison
strcoll — Locale based string comparison
strcspn — Find length of initial segment not matching mask
strip_tags — Strip HTML and PHP tags from a string
stripcslashes — Un-quote string quoted with addcslashes()
stripos — Find position of first occurrence of a
case-insensitive string
stripslashes — Un-quote string quoted with addslashes()
stristr — Case-insensitive strstr()
strlen — Get string length
strnatcasecmp — Case insensitive string comparisons using a
"natural order" algorithm
strnatcmp — String comparisons using a "natural order" algorithm
strncasecmp — Binary safe case-insensitive string comparison
of the first n characters
strncmp — Binary safe string comparison of the first n
characters
strpbrk — Search a string for any of a set of characters
strpos — Find position of first occurrence of a string
strrchr — Find the last occurrence of a character in a string
strrev — Reverse a string
strripos — Find position of last occurrence of a
case-insensitive string in a string
strrpos — Find position of last occurrence of a char in a string
strspn — Find length of initial segment matching mask
strstr — Find first occurrence of a string
strtok — Tokenize string
strtolower — Make a string lowercase
strtoupper — Make a string uppercase
strtr — Translate certain characters
substr_compare — Binary safe comparison of 2 strings from an
offset, up to length characters
substr_count — Count the number of substring occurrences
substr_replace — Replace text within a portion of a string
substr — Return part of a string
trim — Strip whitespace (or other characters) from the
beginning and end of a string
ucfirst — Make a string's first character uppercase
ucwords — Uppercase the first character of each word in a string
vfprintf — Write a formatted string to a stream
vprintf — Output a formatted string
vsprintf — Return a formatted string
wordwrap — Wraps a string to a given number of characters



CLXII. SVN

svn_add — Schedules the addition of an item in a working
directory
svn_auth_get_parameter — Retrieves authentication parameter
svn_auth_set_parameter — Sets an authentication parameter
svn_cat — Returns the contents of a file in a repository
svn_checkout — Checks out a working copy from the repository
svn_cleanup — Recursively cleanup a working copy directory,
finishing incomplete operations and removing locks
svn_client_version — Returns the version of the SVN client
libraries
svn_commit — Sends changes from the local working copy to
the repository
svn_diff — Recursively diffs two paths
svn_fs_abort_txn — Abort a transaction, returns true if
everything is ok, false othewise
svn_fs_apply_text — Creates and returns a stream that will
be used to replace
svn_fs_begin_txn2 — Create a new transaction
svn_fs_change_node_prop — Return true if everything is ok,
false otherwise
svn_fs_check_path — Determines what kind of item lives at
path in a given repository fsroot
svn_fs_contents_changed — Return true if content is
different, false otherwise
svn_fs_copy — Copies a file or a directory, returns true if
all is ok, false otherwise
svn_fs_delete — Deletes a file or a directory, return true
if all is ok, false otherwise
svn_fs_dir_entries — Enumerates the directory entries under
path; returns a hash of dir names to file type
svn_fs_file_contents — Returns a stream to access the
contents of a file from a given version of the fs
svn_fs_file_length — Returns the length of a file from a
given version of the fs
svn_fs_is_dir — Return true if the path points to a
directory, false otherwise
svn_fs_is_file — Return true if the path points to a file,
false otherwise
svn_fs_make_dir — Creates a new empty directory, returns
true if all is ok, false otherwise
svn_fs_make_file — Creates a new empty file, returns true if
all is ok, false otherwise
svn_fs_node_created_rev — Returns the revision in which path
under fsroot was created
svn_fs_node_prop — Returns the value of a property for a node
svn_fs_props_changed — Return true if props are different,
false otherwise
svn_fs_revision_prop — Fetches the value of a named property
svn_fs_revision_root — Get a handle on a specific version of
the repository root
svn_fs_txn_root — Creates and returns a transaction root
svn_fs_youngest_rev — Returns the number of the youngest
revision in the filesystem
svn_import — Imports an unversioned path into a repository
svn_log — Returns the commit log messages of a repository URL
svn_ls — Returns list of directory contents in repository
URL, optionally at revision number
svn_repos_create — Create a new subversion repository at path
svn_repos_fs_begin_txn_for_commit — Create a new transaction
svn_repos_fs_commit_txn — Commits a transaction and returns
the new revision
svn_repos_fs — Gets a handle on the filesystem for a repository
svn_repos_hotcopy — Make a hot-copy of the repos at
repospath; copy it to destpath
svn_repos_open — Open a shared lock on a repository.
svn_repos_recover — Run recovery procedures on the
repository located at path.
svn_status — Returns the status of working copy files and
directories
svn_update — Update working copy



CLXIII. SWF

swf_actiongeturl — Get a URL from a Shockwave Flash movie
swf_actiongotoframe — Play a frame and then stop
swf_actiongotolabel — Display a frame with the specified label
swf_actionnextframe — Go forward one frame
swf_actionplay — Start playing the flash movie from the
current frame
swf_actionprevframe — Go backwards one frame
swf_actionsettarget — Set the context for actions
swf_actionstop — Stop playing the flash movie at the current
frame
swf_actiontogglequality — Toggle between low and high quality
swf_actionwaitforframe — Skip actions if a frame has not
been loaded
swf_addbuttonrecord — Controls location, appearance and
active area of the current button
swf_addcolor — Set the global add color to the rgba value
specified
swf_closefile — Close the current Shockwave Flash file
swf_definebitmap — Define a bitmap
swf_definefont — Defines a font
swf_defineline — Define a line
swf_definepoly — Define a polygon
swf_definerect — Define a rectangle
swf_definetext — Define a text string
swf_endbutton — End the definition of the current button
swf_enddoaction — End the current action
swf_endshape — Completes the definition of the current shape
swf_endsymbol — End the definition of a symbol
swf_fontsize — Change the font size
swf_fontslant — Set the font slant
swf_fonttracking — Set the current font tracking
swf_getbitmapinfo — Get information about a bitmap
swf_getfontinfo — Gets font information
swf_getframe — Get the frame number of the current frame
swf_labelframe — Label the current frame
swf_lookat — Define a viewing transformation
swf_modifyobject — Modify an object
swf_mulcolor — Sets the global multiply color to the rgba
value specified
swf_nextid — Returns the next free object id
swf_oncondition — Describe a transition used to trigger an
action list
swf_openfile — Open a new Shockwave Flash file
swf_ortho2 — Defines 2D orthographic mapping of user
coordinates onto the current viewport
swf_ortho — Defines an orthographic mapping of user
coordinates onto the current viewport
swf_perspective — Define a perspective projection transformation
swf_placeobject — Place an object onto the screen
swf_polarview — Define the viewer's position with polar
coordinates
swf_popmatrix — Restore a previous transformation matrix
swf_posround — Enables or Disables the rounding of the
translation when objects are placed or moved
swf_pushmatrix — Push the current transformation matrix back
unto the stack
swf_removeobject — Remove an object
swf_rotate — Rotate the current transformation
swf_scale — Scale the current transformation
swf_setfont — Change the current font
swf_setframe — Switch to a specified frame
swf_shapearc — Draw a circular arc
swf_shapecurveto3 — Draw a cubic bezier curve
swf_shapecurveto — Draw a quadratic bezier curve between two
points
swf_shapefillbitmapclip — Set current fill mode to clipped
bitmap
swf_shapefillbitmaptile — Set current fill mode to tiled bitmap
swf_shapefilloff — Turns off filling
swf_shapefillsolid — Set the current fill style to the
specified color
swf_shapelinesolid — Set the current line style
swf_shapelineto — Draw a line
swf_shapemoveto — Move the current position
swf_showframe — Display the current frame
swf_startbutton — Start the definition of a button
swf_startdoaction — Start a description of an action list
for the current frame
swf_startshape — Start a complex shape
swf_startsymbol — Define a symbol
swf_textwidth — Get the width of a string
swf_translate — Translate the current transformations
swf_viewport — Select an area for future drawing



CLXIV. swish

Swish::__construct — Construct a Swish object
Swish->getMetaList — Get the list of meta entries for the index
Swish->getPropertyList — Get the list of properties for the
index
Swish->prepare — Prepare a search query
Swish->query — Execute a query and return results object
SwishResult->getMetaList — Get a list of meta entries
SwishResult->stem — Stems the given word
SwishResults->getParsedWords — Get an array of parsed words
SwishResults->getRemovedStopwords — Get an array of
stopwords removed from the query
SwishResults->nextResult — Get the next search result
SwishResults->seekResult — Set current seek pointer to the
given position
SwishSearch->execute — Execute the search and get the results
SwishSearch->resetLimit — Reset the search limits
SwishSearch->setLimit — Set the search limits
SwishSearch->setPhraseDelimiter — Set the phrase delimiter
SwishSearch->setSort — Set the sort order
SwishSearch->setStructure — Set the structure flag in the
search object



CLXV. Sybase

sybase_affected_rows — Gets number of affected rows in last
query
sybase_close — Closes a Sybase connection
sybase_connect — Opens a Sybase server connection
sybase_data_seek — Moves internal row pointer
sybase_deadlock_retry_count — Sets the deadlock retry count
sybase_fetch_array — Fetch row as array
sybase_fetch_assoc — Fetch a result row as an associative array
sybase_fetch_field — Get field information from a result
sybase_fetch_object — Fetch a row as an object
sybase_fetch_row — Get a result row as an enumerated array
sybase_field_seek — Sets field offset
sybase_free_result — Frees result memory
sybase_get_last_message — Returns the last message from the
server
sybase_min_client_severity — Sets minimum client severity
sybase_min_error_severity — Sets minimum error severity
sybase_min_message_severity — Sets minimum message severity
sybase_min_server_severity — Sets minimum server severity
sybase_num_fields — Gets the number of fields in a result set
sybase_num_rows — Get number of rows in a result set
sybase_pconnect — Open persistent Sybase connection
sybase_query — Sends a Sybase query
sybase_result — Get result data
sybase_select_db — Selects a Sybase database
sybase_set_message_handler — Sets the handler called when a
server message is raised
sybase_unbuffered_query — Send a Sybase query and do not block



CLXVI. TCP Wrappers

tcpwrap_check — Performs a tcpwrap check



CLXVII. tidy

ob_tidyhandler — ob_start callback function to repair the
buffer 
tidy_access_count — Returns the Number of Tidy accessibility
warnings encountered for specified document 
tidy_clean_repair — Execute configured cleanup and repair
operations on parsed markup 
tidy_config_count — Returns the Number of Tidy configuration
errors encountered for specified document 
tidy::__construct — Constructs a new tidy object 
tidy_diagnose — Run configured diagnostics on parsed and
repaired markup 
tidy_error_count — Returns the Number of Tidy errors
encountered for specified document 
tidy_get_body — Returns a tidyNode Object starting from the
<body> tag of the tidy parse tree 
tidy_get_config — Get current Tidy configuration 
tidy_get_error_buffer — Return warnings and errors which
occurred parsing the specified document 
tidy_get_head — Returns a tidyNode Object starting from the
<head> tag of the tidy parse tree 
tidy_get_html_ver — Get the Detected HTML version for the
specified document 
tidy_get_html — Returns a tidyNode Object starting from the
<html> tag of the tidy parse tree 
tidy_get_opt_doc — Returns the documentation for the given
option name 
tidy_get_output — Return a string representing the parsed
tidy markup 
tidy_get_release — Get release date (version) for Tidy library 
tidy_get_root — Returns a tidyNode object representing the
root of the tidy parse tree 
tidy_get_status — Get status of specified document 
tidy_getopt — Returns the value of the specified
configuration option for the tidy document 
tidy_is_xhtml — Indicates if the document is a XHTML document 
tidy_is_xml — Indicates if the document is a generic (non
HTML/XHTML) XML document 
tidy_load_config — Load an ASCII Tidy configuration file
with the specified encoding 
tidy_node->get_attr — Return the attribute with the provided
attribute id 
tidy_node->get_nodes — Return an array of nodes under this
node with the specified id 
tidy_node->next — Returns the next sibling to this node 
tidy_node->prev — Returns the previous sibling to this node 
tidy_parse_file — Parse markup in file or URI 
tidy_parse_string — Parse a document stored in a string 
tidy_repair_file — Repair a file and return it as a string 
tidy_repair_string — Repair a string using an optionally
provided configuration file 
tidy_reset_config — Restore Tidy configuration to default
values 
tidy_save_config — Save current settings to named file 
tidy_set_encoding — Set the input/output character encoding
for parsing markup 
tidy_setopt — Updates the configuration settings for the
specified tidy docum
 
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tidy_setopt — Updates the configuration settings for the
specified tidy document 
tidy_warning_count — Returns the Number of Tidy warnings
encountered for specified document 
tidyNode->hasChildren — Returns true if this node has children 
tidyNode->hasSiblings — Returns true if this node has siblings 
tidyNode->isAsp — Returns true if this node is ASP 
tidyNode->isComment — Returns true if this node represents a
comment 
tidyNode->isHtml — Returns true if this node is part of a
HTML document 
tidyNode->isJste — Returns true if this node is JSTE 
tidyNode->isPhp — Returns true if this node is PHP 
tidyNode->isText — Returns true if this node represents text
(no markup) 
tidyNode::getParent — returns the parent node of the current
node



CLXVIII. Tokenizer

token_get_all — Split given source into PHP tokens
token_name — Get the symbolic name of a given PHP token



CLXIX. Unicode

unicode_decode — Convert a binary string into a Unicode string
unicode_encode — Convert a unicode string in any encoding
unicode_get_error_mode — Get the error mode for strings
conversions
unicode_get_subst_char — Get the substitution character for
string conversion errors
unicode_semantics — Check whether unicode semantics is enabled
unicode_set_error_mode — Set the error mode for strings
conversions
unicode_set_subst_char — Set the substitution character for
string conversion errors



CLXX. URLs

base64_decode — Decodes data encoded with MIME base64
base64_encode — Encodes data with MIME base64
get_headers — Fetches all the headers sent by the server in
response to a HTTP request
get_meta_tags — Extracts all meta tag content attributes
from a file and returns an array
http_build_query — Generate URL-encoded query string
parse_url — Parse a URL and return its components
rawurldecode — Decode URL-encoded strings
rawurlencode — URL-encode according to RFC 1738
urldecode — Decodes URL-encoded string
urlencode — URL-encodes string



CLXXI. Variables handling

debug_zval_dump — Dumps a string representation of an
internal zend value to output
doubleval — Alias of floatval()
empty — Determine whether a variable is empty
floatval — Get float value of a variable
get_defined_vars — Returns an array of all defined variables 
get_resource_type — Returns the resource type 
gettype — Get the type of a variable
import_request_variables — Import GET/POST/Cookie variables
into the global scope
intval — Get the integer value of a variable
is_array — Finds whether a variable is an array
is_binary — Finds whether a variable is a native binary string
is_bool — Finds out whether a variable is a boolean 
is_buffer — Finds whether a variable is a native unicode or
binary string
is_callable — Verify that the contents of a variable can be
called as a function 
is_double — Alias of is_float()
is_float — Finds whether the type of a variable is float
is_int — Find whether the type of a variable is integer
is_integer — Alias of is_int()
is_long — Alias of is_int()
is_null — Finds whether a variable is NULL 
is_numeric — Finds whether a variable is a number or a
numeric string 
is_object — Finds whether a variable is an object
is_real — Alias of is_float()
is_resource — Finds whether a variable is a resource 
is_scalar — Finds whether a variable is a scalar 
is_string — Find whether the type of a variable is string
is_unicode — Finds whether a variable is a unicode string
isset — Determine whether a variable is set
print_r — Prints human-readable information about a variable 
serialize — Generates a storable representation of a value
settype — Set the type of a variable
strval — Get string value of a variable
unserialize — Creates a PHP value from a stored representation 
unset — Unset a given variable
var_dump — Dumps information about a variable
var_export — Outputs or returns a parsable string
representation of a variable



CLXXII. Verisign Payflow Pro

pfpro_cleanup — Shuts down the Payflow Pro library
pfpro_init — Initialises the Payflow Pro library
pfpro_process_raw — Process a raw transaction with Payflow Pro
pfpro_process — Process a transaction with Payflow Pro
pfpro_version — Returns the version of the Payflow Pro software



CLXXIII. vpopmail

vpopmail_add_alias_domain_ex — Add alias to an existing
virtual domain
vpopmail_add_alias_domain — Add an alias for a virtual domain
vpopmail_add_domain_ex — Add a new virtual domain
vpopmail_add_domain — Add a new virtual domain
vpopmail_add_user — Add a new user to the specified virtual
domain
vpopmail_alias_add — Insert a virtual alias
vpopmail_alias_del_domain — Deletes all virtual aliases of a
domain
vpopmail_alias_del — Deletes all virtual aliases of a user
vpopmail_alias_get_all — Get all lines of an alias for a domain
vpopmail_alias_get — Get all lines of an alias for a domain
vpopmail_auth_user — Attempt to validate a
username/domain/password
vpopmail_del_domain_ex — Delete a virtual domain
vpopmail_del_domain — Delete a virtual domain
vpopmail_del_user — Delete a user from a virtual domain
vpopmail_error — Get text message for last vpopmail error
vpopmail_passwd — Change a virtual user's password
vpopmail_set_user_quota — Sets a virtual user's quota



CLXXIV. W32api

w32api_deftype — Defines a type for use with other
w32api_functions
w32api_init_dtype — Creates an instance of the data type
typename and fills it with the values passed
w32api_invoke_function — Invokes function funcname with the
arguments passed after the function name
w32api_register_function — Registers function function_name
from library with PHP
w32api_set_call_method — Sets the calling method used



CLXXV. WDDX

wddx_add_vars — Add variables to a WDDX packet with the
specified ID
wddx_deserialize — Alias of wddx_unserialize()
wddx_packet_end — Ends a WDDX packet with the specified ID
wddx_packet_start — Starts a new WDDX packet with structure
inside it
wddx_serialize_value — Serialize a single value into a WDDX
packet
wddx_serialize_vars — Serialize variables into a WDDX packet
wddx_unserialize — Unserializes a WDDX packet



CLXXVI. win32ps

win32_ps_list_procs — List running processes
win32_ps_stat_mem — Stat memory utilization
win32_ps_stat_proc — Stat process



CLXXVII. win32service

win32_create_service — Creates a new service entry in the
SCM database
win32_delete_service — Deletes a service entry from the SCM
database
win32_get_last_control_message — Returns the last control
message that was sent to this service
win32_query_service_status — Queries the status of a service
win32_set_service_status — Update the service status
win32_start_service_ctrl_dispatcher — Registers the script
with the SCM, so that it can act as the service with the
given name
win32_start_service — Starts a service
win32_stop_service — Stops a service



CLXXVIII. xattr

xattr_get — Get an extended attribute 
xattr_list — Get a list of extended attributes 
xattr_remove — Remove an extended attribute 
xattr_set — Set an extended attribute 
xattr_supported — Check if filesystem supports extended
attributes 



CLXXIX. xdiff

xdiff_file_diff_binary — Make binary diff of two files
xdiff_file_diff — Make unified diff of two files
xdiff_file_merge3 — Merge 3 files into one
xdiff_file_patch_binary — Patch a file with a binary diff
xdiff_file_patch — Patch a file with an unified diff
xdiff_string_diff_binary — Make binary diff of two strings
xdiff_string_diff — Make unified diff of two strings
xdiff_string_merge3 — Merge 3 strings into one
xdiff_string_patch_binary — Patch a string with a binary diff
xdiff_string_patch — Patch a string with an unified diff




CLXXX. XML

utf8_decode — Converts a string with ISO-8859-1 characters
encoded with UTF-8 to single-byte ISO-8859-1 
utf8_encode — Encodes an ISO-8859-1 string to UTF-8
xml_error_string — Get XML parser error string
xml_get_current_byte_index — Get current byte index for an
XML parser
xml_get_current_column_number — Get current column number
for an XML parser 
xml_get_current_line_number — Get current line number for an
XML parser
xml_get_error_code — Get XML parser error code
xml_parse_into_struct — Parse XML data into an array structure
xml_parse — Start parsing an XML document
xml_parser_create_ns — Create an XML parser with namespace
support
xml_parser_create — Create an XML parser
xml_parser_free — Free an XML parser
xml_parser_get_option — Get options from an XML parser
xml_parser_set_option — Set options in an XML parser
xml_set_character_data_handler — Set up character data handler
xml_set_default_handler — Set up default handler
xml_set_element_handler — Set up start and end element handlers
xml_set_end_namespace_decl_handler — Set up end namespace
declaration handler
xml_set_external_entity_ref_handler — Set up external entity
reference handler
xml_set_notation_decl_handler — Set up notation declaration
handler
xml_set_object — Use XML Parser within an object
xml_set_processing_instruction_handler — Set up processing
instruction (PI) handler 
xml_set_start_namespace_decl_handler — Set up start
namespace declaration handler 
xml_set_unparsed_entity_decl_handler — Set up unparsed
entity declaration handler 



CLXXXI. XML-RPC

xmlrpc_decode_request — Decodes XML into native PHP types
xmlrpc_decode — Decodes XML into native PHP types
xmlrpc_encode_request — Generates XML for a method request
xmlrpc_encode — Generates XML for a PHP value
xmlrpc_get_type — Gets xmlrpc type for a PHP value
xmlrpc_is_fault — Determines if an array value represents an
XMLRPC fault
xmlrpc_parse_method_descriptions — Decodes XML into a list
of method descriptions
xmlrpc_server_add_introspection_data — Adds introspection
documentation
xmlrpc_server_call_method — Parses XML requests and call methods
xmlrpc_server_create — Creates an xmlrpc server
xmlrpc_server_destroy — Destroys server resources
xmlrpc_server_register_introspection_callback — Register a
PHP function to generate documentation
xmlrpc_server_register_method — Register a PHP function to
resource method matching method_name
xmlrpc_set_type — Sets xmlrpc type, base64 or datetime, for
a PHP string value



CLXXXII. XMLReader

XMLReader::close — Close the XMLReader input
XMLReader::expand — Returns a copy of the current node as a
DOM object
XMLReader::getAttribute — Get the value of a named attribute
XMLReader::getAttributeNo — Get the value of an attribute by
index
XMLReader::getAttributeNs — Get the value of an attribute by
localname and URI
XMLReader::getParserProperty — Indicates if specified
property has been set 
XMLReader::isValid — Indicates if the parsed document is valid
XMLReader::lookupNamespace — Lookup namespace for a prefix
XMLReader::moveToAttribute — Move cursor to a named attribute
XMLReader::moveToAttributeNo — Move cursor to an attribute
by index
XMLReader::moveToAttributeNs — Move cursor to a named attribute
XMLReader::moveToElement — Position cursor on the parent
Element of current Attribute
XMLReader::moveToFirstAttribute — Position cursor on the
first Attribute
XMLReader::moveToNextAttribute — Position cursor on the next
Attribute
XMLReader::next — Move cursor to next node skipping all subtrees
XMLReader::open — Set the URI containing the XML to parse
XMLReader::read — Move to next node in document
XMLReader::setParserProperty — Set or Unset parser options
XMLReader::setRelaxNGSchema — Set the filename or URI for a
RelaxNG Schema
XMLReader::setRelaxNGSchemaSource — Set the data containing
a RelaxNG Schema
XMLReader::XML — Set the data containing the XML to parse



CLXXXIII. XMLWriter

XMLWriter::endAttribute — End attribute
XMLWriter::endCData — End current CDATA
XMLWriter::endComment — Create end comment
XMLWriter::endDocument — End current document
XMLWriter::endDTDAttlist — End current DTD AttList
XMLWriter::endDTDElement — End current DTD element
XMLWriter::endDTDEntity — End current DTD Entity
XMLWriter::endDTD — End current DTD
XMLWriter::endElement — End current element
XMLWriter::endPI — End current PI
XMLWriter::flush — Flush current buffer
XMLWriter::fullEndElement — End current element
XMLWriter::openMemory — Create new xmlwriter using memory
for string output
XMLWriter::openURI — Create new xmlwriter using source uri
for output
XMLWriter::outputMemory — Returns current buffer
XMLWriter::setIndentString — Set string used for indenting
XMLWriter::setIndent — Toggle indentation on/off
XMLWriter::startAttributeNS — Create start namespaced attribute
XMLWriter::startAttribute — Create start attribute
XMLWriter::startCData — Create start CDATA tag
XMLWriter::startComment — Create start comment
XMLWriter::startDocument — Create document tag
XMLWriter::startDTDAttlist — Create start DTD AttList
XMLWriter::startDTDElement — Create start DTD element
XMLWriter::startDTDEntity — Create start DTD Entity
XMLWriter::startDTD — Create start DTD tag
XMLWriter::startElementNS — Create start namespaced element tag
XMLWriter::startElement — Create start element tag
XMLWriter::startPI — Create start PI tag
XMLWriter::text — Write text
XMLWriter::writeAttributeNS — Write full namespaced attribute
XMLWriter::writeAttribute — Write full attribute
XMLWriter::writeCData — Write full CDATA tag
XMLWriter::writeComment — Write full comment tag
XMLWriter::writeDTDAttlist — Write full DTD AttList tag
XMLWriter::writeDTDElement — Write full DTD element tag
XMLWriter::writeDTDEntity — Write full DTD Entity tag
XMLWriter::writeDTD — Write full DTD tag
XMLWriter::writeElementNS — Write full namesapced element tag
XMLWriter::writeElement — Write full element tag
XMLWriter::writePI — Writes a PI
XMLWriter::writeRaw — Write a raw XML text



CLXXXIV. XSL

XSLTProcessor::__construct — Creates a new XSLTProcessor object
XSLTProcessor::getParameter — Get value of a parameter
XSLTProcessor::hasExsltSupport — Determine if PHP has EXSLT
support
XSLTProcessor::importStylesheet — Import stylesheet
XSLTProcessor::registerPHPFunctions — Enables the ability to
use PHP functions as XSLT functions
XSLTProcessor::removeParameter — Remove parameter
XSLTProcessor::setParameter — Set value for a parameter
XSLTProcessor::transformToDoc — Transform to a DOMDocument
XSLTProcessor::transformToURI — Transform to URI
XSLTProcessor::transformToXML — Transform to XML



CLXXXV. XSLT

xslt_backend_info — Returns the information on the
compilation settings of the backend
xslt_backend_name — Returns the name of the backend
xslt_backend_version — Returns the version number of Sablotron
xslt_create — Create a new XSLT processor
xslt_errno — Returns an error number
xslt_error — Returns an error string
xslt_free — Free XSLT processor
xslt_getopt — Get options on a given xsl processor
xslt_process — Perform an XSLT transformation
xslt_set_base — Set the base URI for all XSLT transformations
xslt_set_encoding — Set the encoding for the parsing of XML
documents
xslt_set_error_handler — Set an error handler for a XSLT
processor
xslt_set_log — Set the log file to write log messages to
xslt_set_object — Sets the object in which to resolve
callback functions
xslt_set_sax_handler — Set SAX handlers for a XSLT processor
xslt_set_sax_handlers — Set the SAX handlers to be called
when the XML document gets processed
xslt_set_scheme_handler — Set Scheme handlers for a XSLT
processor
xslt_set_scheme_handlers — Set the scheme handlers for the
XSLT processor
xslt_setopt — Set options on a given xsl processor



CLXXXVI. YAZ

yaz_addinfo — Returns additional error information
yaz_ccl_conf — Configure CCL parser
yaz_ccl_parse — Invoke CCL Parser
yaz_close — Close YAZ connection
yaz_connect — Prepares for a connection to a Z39.50 server 
yaz_database — Specifies the databases within a session 
yaz_element — Specifies Element-Set Name for retrieval 
yaz_errno — Returns error number
yaz_error — Returns error description
yaz_es_result — Inspects Extended Services Result 
yaz_es — Prepares for an Extended Service Request 
yaz_get_option — Returns value of option for connection
yaz_hits — Returns number of hits for last search
yaz_itemorder — Prepares for Z39.50 Item Order with an
ILL-Request package 
yaz_present — Prepares for retrieval (Z39.50 present) 
yaz_range — Specifies a range of records to retrieve 
yaz_record — Returns a record
yaz_scan_result — Returns Scan Response result
yaz_scan — Prepares for a scan
yaz_schema — Specifies schema for retrieval 
yaz_search — Prepares for a search
yaz_set_option — Sets one or more options for connection
yaz_sort — Sets sorting criteria
yaz_syntax — Specifies the preferred record syntax for
retrieval 
yaz_wait — Wait for Z39.50 requests to complete



CLXXXVII. YP/NIS

yp_all — Traverse the map and call a function on each entry
yp_cat — Return an array containing the entire map
yp_err_string — Returns the error string associated with the
given error code
yp_errno — Returns the error code of the previous operation
yp_first — Returns the first key-value pair from the named map
yp_get_default_domain — Fetches the machine's default NIS domain
yp_master — Returns the machine name of the master NIS
server for a map
yp_match — Returns the matched line
yp_next — Returns the next key-value pair in the named map
yp_order — Returns the order number for a map



CLXXXVIII. Zip

zip_close — Close a ZIP file archive
zip_entry_close — Close a directory entry
zip_entry_compressedsize — Retrieve the compressed size of a
directory entry
zip_entry_compressionmethod — Retrieve the compression
method of a directory entry
zip_entry_filesize — Retrieve the actual file size of a
directory entry
zip_entry_name — Retrieve the name of a directory entry
zip_entry_open — Open a directory entry for reading
zip_entry_read — Read from an open directory entry
zip_open — Open a ZIP file archive
zip_read — Read next entry in a ZIP file archive
ZipArchive::addEmptyDir — Add a new directory
ZipArchive::addFile — Adds a file to a ZIP archive from the
given path
ZipArchive::addFromString — Add a file to a ZIP archive
using its contents
ZipArchive::close — Close the active archive (opened or
newly created)
ZipArchive::deleteIndex — delete an entry in the archive
using its index
ZipArchive::deleteName — delete an entry in the archive
using its name
ZipArchive::extractTo — Extract the archive contents
ZipArchive::getArchiveComment — Returns the Zip archive comment
ZipArchive::getCommentIndex — Returns the comment of an
entry using the entry index
ZipArchive::getCommentName — Returns the comment of an entry
using the entry name
ZipArchive::getFromIndex — Returns the entry contents using
its index.
ZipArchive::getFromName — Returns the entry contents using
its name.
ZipArchive::getNameIndex — Returns the name of an entry
using its index
ZipArchive::getStream — Get a file handler to the entry
defined by its name (read only).
ZipArchive::locateName — Returns the index of the entry in
the archive
ZipArchive::open — Open a ZIP file archive
ZipArchive::renameIndex — Renames an entry defined by its index
ZipArchive::renameName — Renames an entry defined by its name
ZipArchive::setArchiveComment — Set the comment of a ZIP archive
ZipArchive::setCommentIndex — Set the comment of an entry
defined by its index
ZipArchive::setCommentName — Set the comment of an entry
defined by its name
ZipArchive::statIndex — Get the details of an entry defined
by its index.
ZipArchive::statName — Get the details of an entry defined
by its name.
ZipArchive::unchangeAll — Undo all changes done in the archive.
ZipArchive::unchangeArchive — Revert all global changes done
in the archive.
ZipArchive::unchangeIndex — Revert all changes done to an
entry at the given index.
ZipArchive::unchangeName — Revert all changes done to an
entry with the given name.



CLXXXIX. Zlib

gzclose — Close an open gz-file pointer
gzcompress — Compress a string
gzdecode — Decodes a gzip compressed string
gzdeflate — Deflate a string
gzencode — Create a gzip compressed string
gzeof — Test for end-of-file on a gz-file pointer
gzfile — Read entire gz-file into an array
gzgetc — Get character from gz-file pointer
gzgets — Get line from file pointer
gzgetss — Get line from gz-file pointer and strip HTML tags 
gzinflate — Inflate a deflated string
gzopen — Open gz-file
gzpassthru — Output all remaining data on a gz-file pointer 
gzputs — Alias of gzwrite()
gzread — Binary-safe gz-file read
gzrewind — Rewind the position of a gz-file pointer
gzseek — Seek on a gz-file pointer
gztell — Tell gz-file pointer read/write position
gzuncompress — Uncompress a compressed string
gzwrite — Binary-safe gz-file write
readgzfile — Output a gz-file
zlib_get_coding_type — Returns the coding type used for
output compression
 
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Thanx  Abiansh Grahacharya for given valuable knowledge of PHP
nahi to main use baccho ka khel samaj raha tha.......  :)

Actually I don’t know PHP 
Only having 3.7 year experience in PHP and I am getting 46000 Rs
p.m. in PUNE(CMM -3).

And I don’t know that there is framework and template engine
in PHP
Be’z from last 2 years I am working on Symphony and smarty.

Actually I don’t have any knowledge of PHP so that my
junior, who working on JAVA, Oracle or Mainframe getting
more payment than me…………..

 Thanx Abiansh  &#61514;
 
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Mr Abiansh Grahacharya can u plz forward me PHP material
with which i can learn as soon as possible. I will be thank
full 2u  if u send me to my mail. ashwin4web@gmail.com

Thanking you,
 
With Regards
 
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Hellow bhaiwo 
 Jaipur ma 1 year se php ma kam kar rah hua.6000 mil rah hau
.koi muja batya ga ki kis MNC ma php ma kam hota ha. ya
jindgi bar choti company ma kam karna parga.
 
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Mr. Jaipur 6k, 
U jst first learn english. 
then only u can get MNC job.
 
0 Xxx
 
 
Answer
Dear friends

please visit my profile site.

www.abinashg.com

Thanks
 
0 Abinash
 
 
Answer
i am working in Delhi in a small company,we have a strength 
of 100 employees. I have 2years of experience, and getting 
20k.
 
0 Kamal Kumar
 
 
Answer
Its true on 3 year's of experience ,may get average 40,000
 
0 Anuj
 
 
Answer
It is my request to www.allinterview.com can you please
delete the above post

or make an option to make it spam

Thanks
:)
 
0 :)
 
 
Answer
its depends on company standards
 
0 Sudheer
 
 
Answer
Depends Upon company and the top line. if they even cant
give you one time T , they are Hunger and they just want all
Money to keep in their hand. they just need you for 30 days
and salary time they forget your last 30days hard work. some
ppl have opened(they just Expend for taking pvt.ltd name)
company with 2-3 tables and 2-3 PC's which they got from KABADI.
this is true. such ppl are also destroying the talent as
they dont have anything to let you increase knowledge and
skill.  so every one (PHP programmer) Must have their value
in mind their times value and Must work with a bigger
company , Not with Baniya Buddhi and Cheap person.so that
value of hard work and skill can be achieved.
 
0 Avichal Jangir
 
 
Answer
Hi Friends ,

I am a part of this discussion from a long time.
If you want to give some mock test in zend php and mysql
Please visit www.abinashg.com/zend and you can use our zend
forum also to post questions and answers. It is fully open

Thanks
A dev
 
0 Php Dev
 
 
Answer
Are bhai hum to itna jaante hai kachra bhale java ka ho ya
php ka use kuch nahi milta per cream to her field me aish he
kerti hai................
 
0 Vinay
 
 
Answer
15000/- PER MONTH.
 
0 Puneet Bhatt
 
 
Answer
i get 14.5 2 year exp jaipur india
 
0 Jeetendra
 
 
Answer
Yaar hume batao hum kya kare hum to fresher hi hai abhi koi
free me kaam nahi de raha.
 
0 Abhay
 
 
Answer
yaar muje 30k-40k to mil hi jate hain ...aur es pagal ko 
kyon reply kar rahe sab log time waste kar rahe ho ye to 
faddoo bana raha tha.
 
0 Som
 
 
Answer
hey anyone know about PHP job for fresher........
if anyone know then pls mail me at alkesh.joshi87@gmail.com
please help me yar........
thankx
 
0 Alkesh Joshi
 
 
Answer
Can U guys give me the list of brands company that worked in
php. I have 2.7 years of experience and i am getting 24k.
I got lots of call from local companies that worked on php
but not from branded one. Guys give me the ten brand
companies name that worked in php.  

Skill Set:-php/mysql,javascrip,css,html,ajax,xml,joomla.
 
0 Sandeep Bhardwaj
 
 
Answer
Hi,

I will not say I am earning more than expected. I am a 3 
years exp. guy in php and earning 37.5 exactly in a small 
city, that isnt Delhi/Mumbai or any other bigger cities.

I understand, talent always knows where to steal money from.

So guys Keep A KOOL HEAD n just concentrate on your growth

:)

TC
 
0 Thekidofphp
 
 
Answer
i am getting 55k 25 months experience
 
0 Ram Kumar
 
 
Answer
Guys, i stay in chennai and i have about 2 yrs exp. in php.
can you really tell me any good big company in chennai. I
agree to above conversations as php is considered to be very
low level language as java and .net are considered to be
superior. I am fed up with all the teases. Tell me few big
companies which uses php? we can only dream i think....
 
0 Karthic
 
 
Answer
no matter to join a big company it is best to join a company
and contribute to make it big
 
0 Real
 
 
Answer
Everyone has talked about the experience holders...
Plz guys give some tips for freshers also..I am in final
year of an engineering institute and working on
PHP,javascript,css for last two years. I have made a project
that is currently used by the institue... and i believe I'm
quite good at my skills...So can anyone please tell me some
good companies to go for..and what will be the minimum
amount I will recieve....

Plz give me a reply in the forum itself(so other freshers
can also make something out of it) or e-mail me at
nikhil.gupta939@gmail.com

Plz do reply...waiting for ur answers...
 
0 Nikhil Gupta
 
 
Answer
Mr php,you are 3.7 year exp in php 3.7 year tak aapne kaam
kaise kar liya jo banda apne language ki respect nahi kar
sakta use mujhe nahi lagta itna(46000) mil sakta hai.Sir aap
layak hi nahi ho php ke bhi Java Oracle bahut door ki kaudi
hai.....
 
0 Abhaycyber
 
 
Answer
hai i did my bsc(computersciences)in 2004 and msc(phsics) in
2006.now i wnat to begin my career.i dont know the way.i
want to do each and every course and get a job in MNCs.tell
me future about php.
 
0 Phani Praveena
 
 
Answer
hi Phani Praveena 

Go to www.orissaost.com
and join a course in php and flex - i think after 3 month
you can definitely get a good job

Thanks
Orissaost.com
 
0 Orissaost.com
 
 
Answer
We are looking for contract PHP + Web Designer. Experience is not a must but you must have talent and be fast at work.

please respond with your e-mail address here and I will contact.
 
0 Bruce
 
 
Answer
I am here for @Bruce's offer.

my email id : itawadh@live.com

Thanks :)
 
0 Prashant
 
 
Answer
Hi Bruce
Email-id nikhil.gupta939@gmail.com
waiting fr ur response...
 
0 Nikhil Gupta
 
 
Answer
Dear friends,

the conversation is very much valid & Mr. Abinash and Mr.
PHP are true. In some companies (basically in traditional
companies), where PHP guys are getting less salary than JAVA
guys. On the other hand, in new-emerging companies, PHP guys
are getting very good salary than others. I love PHP as;

i. Current market is in favor of it, PHP have the demand
right now.
ii. All languages have their own depth & charm. PHP have too
but is easy to learn. I have 3.5 yr. exp. in php & I am
getting 35K+. It depends, PHP is a good medium for freelance
developers.

So, finally, I can advice to terminate the conflict, learn
more & earn more...Cheers :)
 
0 Debasish Mishra
 
 
Answer
hi friends...
I finished my b.tech  degree (2009 passed out).... i like
php lot more and i want to achieve in this area..but my bad
luck, I dont have computer...  now i doing one php and mysql
course.... and i am searching for php jobs in chennai... I
need some help from u all php developer... suggest some idea
and material (online or books) to me through mail or here.... 

c.sadeeshkumar@gmail.com

Thank u very much
 
0 Sadeesh Kumar
 
 
Answer
I think these guys are right.After 5months exp iam getting 
12k in kolkata.
 
0 Biplab
 
 
Answer
Nothing yar
its always depend upon your company standard
 
0 Amlana
 
 
Answer
I am gain posting my comments in this forum for the benefit 
of all of you. No Big companies uses PHP except Yahoo and 
Google. Wipro, TCS, CTS, Infosys, Satyam, Scope, Syntel, 
Sify etc. are least bothered about PHP. This language is a 
beautiful language i like it very much but whtz the use. 
Only in the small and medium scale companies use it and 
they pay you less. I dont know why clients dont prefer Open 
source technologies. They only prefer JAVA or .NET since 
they are more secured language than PHP.
 
0 Karthic
 
 
Answer
So guys stop all your conversations and please update new 
set of skills which suits the current market and make it 
worthful for your life. Since money is everything.

A guy in this forum has said that "no matter to work in a 
big company, work in small company and make it big" this is 
not at all practically possible for you man, till you 
become old you will earn very less when compared to others. 
Stop saying this filmy dialogues and practically understand 
the trend.

I am your well wisher, that y i am advising you guys.
 
0 Karthic
 
 
Answer
TCS needs and already hired php people and in TCS mumbai
there is a huge team of php they going to start  --- so be
sure all big companies now moving towards this language so
wait for 6 month or 1 years an see the changes.
 
0 Abinash
 
 
Answer
If You are unsatisfied with you job.
Please Log on to www.hiringcall.com and get your best job
 
0 Abhishek
 
 
Answer
Hi!

I have 2.5 year experience in PHP as Software Developer
(Senior web developer).and I got 20k per month...I am happy..
but main MNC company main jana chahti hu koi mujhe bataye ki
kya MNC company main PHP par Kaam hota hai aur kya uske liye
english bahut acchi honi chahiye...actually my english
speaking is not good...But I have Strong Knowledge
in PHP and maine Bahut open source main kaam kiya hai jaise
JOOMLA,WORDPRESS,MOODLE,ZENCART,OSCOMMERCE,CRELOADED,OMAx..,MUwordpress...

Plz give me reply in the forum or e-mail me at
supreeti.trihedron@gmail.com
waiting for answer 
THANKS
Supreeti
 
0 Supreeti
 
 
Answer
I read some posts posted by you folks.
And I find it ridiculous that everyone is intended to show
his/her knowledge.
Well guys..I wanna say one thing your knowledge is yours.
No one is gonna benefited by your knowledge in terms of money.
So stop ####### conversation and do your work.
No matter for how much you are getting..don't show your
money making skills here.
Every programming language has it's own especiallity.
Php..java..dotnet...mainframe...as400...and many more
languages are there.
Every programming language is vast and interesting.
You fellas are just showing that how intelligent and smart
you are.My advice to you guys is...do your work..stop
debating on ####### non-sensical topics...
And if you want to debate then remember one thing...
The aim of a debate,or a discussion shouldn't be
victory...but progress.
 
0 Slash
 
 
Answer
i have 45k salary having 3 yrs of exp...............
 
0 Mohit
 
 
Answer
Much less than in the United States?
There are few entry level job advertised.
In the U. S. jobs usually require College degrees.
Before the crash truck drivers made about $40k/yr., but were gone from home most of the time.

Are there any PHP/MySQL folk who will work for equity in their project?
 
0 Mitch Mccann
 
 
Answer
Are bhaiya humko 1.9 year ka experience hua hai or company 
humko 12k de rahi hai wo bhi night shift me bhai hameri bhi 
kahi per selection karwa do if any opening in your 
knowledge for me then mail me at rahulmca.84@gmail.com
 
0 Rahul Sharma
 
 
Answer
Hey Mitch

I am interested. plz contact me at itawadh@live.com

Regards,

Prashant
 
0 Prashant
 
 
Answer
hi frnds, i hv attnded intrview n selected for php dev in
company (coimbatore), one of my frnd told me tht the
payscale cud b low thr (min 6000):-( , i m confused wthr to
join or not, and i m a fresher, i hv done .net and web
designing courses too, but i want to b with and work with
the php technology ,
wt shud i do nw ?

help me plz .........
 
0 Gayathri
 
 
Answer
hello....my name is gajendra kumar and i am earning 35000 after 3 year experience....and my friend earning 67000 per month but he has 5.10 year experience........
 
0 Gajendra
 
 
Answer
Those who are searching for job in php in kolkata can
contact me hr (at)itcslive.com There is urgent vacancy on
php and mysql. 
Knowing  joomla and oscoomerce modification will be added
advantage. 

Same for Graphics Designer
Skill Set : psd to html (Table or table less)
            photoshop
            Flash (Added advantage)
 
0 Itcslive
 
 
Answer
Even though i had 3.6 years of experience, i get only Rs
12,000 per month in madurai, tamil nadu, india
 
0 J.antony Jeyaprakash
 
 
Answer
i have 1.6 yrs exp in php getin 8k pm pls help me 
im good in php4 5 n codeingtor knwldege of jomla
 
0 Chandanv
 
 
Answer
Well I just got an offer with 7 L/A having 4+ years of
experience with Facebook Apps, Vtiger CRM, Open Source
Applications. And yes again the salary entirely depends on
the work.
 
0 Php Lover
 
 
Answer
i want to aks Mr. Abiansh Grahacharya in which company do
you work? and want a suggestion to him about PHP. I am a
fresher and lived in chandigarh area. I want to take
training in Php . Do you tell me which type of institute can
i choose for me an institute or  companies which are
providing paid training . and any registered institute is
compulsary for training. 
and also give some hints which are useful for me to choose
an institute or company
 
thanks ;
Sukhwinder
 
0 Sukhwinder Singh
 
 
Answer
you  can send your advise on my email id at
sukhwinder.singh94@yahoo.com . Please sir . help me
 
0 Sukhwinder Singh
 
 
Answer
hi sukhwinder,

you should choose a organization which can bring you to the
top on PHP. I mean to say ask your self Do you know PHP? Are
you good enough to get a JP+OB in PHP right now ? if both
the answer is no . you should choose some organization which
can give you training and after few month these answer be
yes from you. Once you get yes from your heart for these 2
questions no one can stop you to get a good job. The
additional sweetness of open source is you can exist in
market as a sw engg.. with out a job, may be you are
thinking how ? but it is true...

In orissa we just started virtual development and till now
we have 50 virtual developer who are earning 300 to 1000 $ /
month by working from home. We are basically targeting
students , house wife ( tech background ) , health problem
people who are not able to come office but skilled ....

we are taking only ... 5000/- for the training on
PHP/AJAX/Mysql for 2 month and 5000/- to become a virtual
developer and 1 month training on virtual development. we
have also a skill test round to make a virtual developer
check in www.doskyweb.com/skilltest , doskyweb.com/DOSKY is
our own product to grab market like facebook . 

Please mail me if interested abinash.grahacharya@gmail.com
and put in subject line ( Want to be a VDP-1) 

See you soon and guide you soon

;) world is not enough for a skilled person

Thanks
Abinash
 
0 Abinash Grahacharya
 
 
Answer
thank you sir for your valuable advise.
 
0 Sukhwinder Singh
 
 
Answer
Hi brothers, am 2.6 years experienced php/asp developer.. i would like to earn 30.000 to 40.000.... please tell me what are skills need to develop for this one, ans where the area(Bangalore or mubai), i can get? 

Thanks in Advance,
 
0 Visvesh
 
 
Answer
Hi there,

PHP & MYSQL freelancers, Full Time or Part timer WANTED! 
Min with 3 yrs experiences.

Work in hometown or in Malaysia are welcome.

Interested, please email resume to hrd@tcares.com.my

Regards.
 
0 David T
 
 
Answer
Hi david 

I am interested can you pls contact me on my id 
lunchtime2007@rediffmail.com. I have 3+ years exprice in 
php from a cmm level 3 and know many one of cms and frame 
works .

Thanks 
Naresh
 
0 Naresh
 
 
Answer
Hai guys.i am fresher 2010 passedout, i got job in php,some
people are telling that php has no scope and less package is
it ture? please let me know i need ur help to start my carear


plz............
 
0 Muralikanth
 
 
Answer
i m fresher and just had 3 month training in php & joomla
i find it was so much simpler that i even confuse about how
can i get more than 10,000Rs for this......
 
0 Mufazzal
 
 
Answer
i m getting 90,000 any body intersted.?
 
0 Mehul
 
 
Answer
are bhaiya hame to jobhi nahi mil raha hai kahi PHP ki opening hi nahi ho rahihai hame bhi to bataooooooooooooooo kaha job milega
 
0 Mukesh
 
 
Answer
how you people all are getting that much. i have attended a interview.they are ofering only 5000 per month.is it ok .for php like his only they will give or what?
 
0 Sushmitha
 
 
Answer
Hi friends,

I have 3 years of experience in PHP with drupal custom
development and current company pay me only 2.0 package now
i have to move for best future in PHP can u help me.
 
0 Sandy
 
 
Answer
please php developers post your resume to info@gstradex.com it is a company in Odisha and Growing in rapid speed you can find your best open source future here
 
0 Gs Tradex
 
 
Answer
Dear friends,there are so many qualified guys in it stream
working in BPO,call center because they have no talent to
work on any technology,there is no good career in Bpo
sector.Even B-Techs are working in technical support voice
based.So i would say only one think here every language has
its own cons and pron but think individually which is the
best according to you caliber and interest if you are
earning 20 to 25k or more in php or in any technology then
what is the problem to work.If you think that the ultimate
target is money then there are so many way and profession to
earn money.But i would say php or any language is best to do
the work at least far better then call center and BPO jobs
as many youngster are working in these sectors with no respact.
 
0 Rohit Msc(it)
 
 
Answer
Hello Friends http://www.gstradex.com is taking freshers as well 2+ years of Experience in PHP and .net , salary more the 25K please post your resume as soon as possible to info@gstradex.com
 
0 Abinash Grahacharya
 
 
Answer
company name is sex and the city babies
 
0 Amit
 
 
Answer
1,50,000
 
0 Satheesh
 
 
Answer
mujhe to 85k mil rahe h noida me per month. but i have very
strong PHP, ZEND, CAKE, SUGAR CRM, MYSQL in 2+ yrs
 
0 Manjeet Rathore
 
 
Answer
I have 3 year Experience on LAMP stack and i am getting 22000+HRA allowances and 45000 is an absurd story for showing their highness
 
0 Chiratla
 
 
Answer
In Rajkot programer is getting more then 35000
 
0 Pankaj Patel
 
 
Answer
are kaha 15k or 45 k bol rahe ho koi 12k de raha ho to batao
hame bhi
 
0 Fresher Php
 
 
Answer
Oh my god today i have seen that discussion its really shocking most of person don't know about the future of php i have 5 years of experience in php and my package is 8,40,000 p.a. and now i am working in Sebiz Infotech Ltd. in Sector 67 Mohali, don't misguide anyone regarding php. if any body don't believe than meet me at sebiz. i hate java and .net are used only for enterprise applications and they are very few in market so you can guess in which language future is bright.  there are too many students that are going for java because of its jvm feature and they said that java is secure, there are few organizations that want security like bank, insurance compapnies, sebi etc. otherwise normal companies don't want any security as a bein fresher it is non sense to join java because it is very hard to get job.  you can search on google most of websites you found in php and some in aspx and just 1% of websites made in java check search engine i am not lying you check it yourself.  gud bye friends i think your eyes are now open if not open than no body can open your eyes that means you are a sleeping guy and always sleep gudnite
 
0 Sameer Chadha
 
 
Answer
My current Salary per month is 18k and my experience in 1+ year less than 2 year. But it is not true that a programmer's salary is more that 70 in 3+ experience.
 
0 Hanzala Subhani
 
 
Answer
Koi mujhe bol paoge kolkata main konsa company more than
10k. salary dete hain php developer ko,mujhe to only 4k.
milte hain, 6months exp.
 
0 Tutun
 
 
Answer
10000 se 150000
 
0 Abc
 
 
Answer
HI!!IM  A FRESHER COMPLETED MY MCA IN 2011  FROM JNTUH ,I LEARNED PHP COURSE,NOW IM IN  THE JOB HUNT.CAN ANY ONE GUIDE ME IN JOB SEARCH.PLS SEND ME THE PHP FAQS & PHP MATERIAL
 
0 Ravinder Konda
 
 
Answer
arre bhaya wallo tmre andar dam na hoga tabhi toh 14,,20,,22
mil rahe h
 
0 Developer
 
 
Answer
i hv complete my bca ,,,nw i m making a project in php .i 
want to enter in d company..hw mch salary  will i expect as 
a fresher.....
 
0 Arun Tyagi
 
 
Answer
It's totally wrong . small company can give 50K-60K for
labour works , but in case no project they will fire the
candidate. But on avg around 24-28K you will get in india.
Except Google + Microsoft + GE etc..
 
0 Arun Pandey
 
 
Answer
Hi, Any PHP developers with 3 - 5 yeras of experience can 
contact at sridhar.gullapa@yahoo.com; Work location at 
hyderabad.
 
0 Sridhar
 
 
Answer
yaar mujhe to ek bhi ni mil rhe...10 saal ka experience
hai..tm log kis cmpny mein kaam krte ho..mujhe bhi kuch dila
do bhai..
 
0 Munnu Pandit
 
 
Answer
Abe ek saal ka experience hai aur 6 k pa raha hun
 
0 Akbar
 
 
Answer
I need 6 LAMP resources with exp of 2-6 yrs.. send me your
CV's to hemenkhatri@gmail.com
 
0 Hemen
 
 
Answer
Yaar dosto  sory sir jo log job kar rahe hai wo plz meri v help kariye mai c-dac passout hun avi tak job ni mila agar kahin pata ho to plz help me please 


9552719743 plz help me
 
0 Surendra Dwivedi
 
 
Answer
php after three maximum 40k tak milega in pune
 
0 Amol
 
 
Answer
hey guys...
my name is bandana thakur.iam a btech(cse) 8th sem student.i
want to make my career in php language but many people tell
me that the salary package is less in php & scope of php in
mnc company is also not well.please tell me what i should do
now?

should i go with the php or any other language?
 
0 Bandana Thakur
 
 
Answer
yaar ye purani ho chuki hai abhi mujhe 90,000 mil raha h
sath m rehena khana pina traveling or mobile kharacha
sabkuch milta h wo bhi choti si company m
 
0 Rohit Bind
 
 
Answer
which mnc working on php?
 
0 Ravi
 
 
 
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