This book enables readers to quickly develop a working knowledge of HTML
. The text emphasizes a hands-on approach to learning and makes extensive use of examples. A detailed science, engineering, or mathematics background is not required to understand the material, making the book ideally suitable for self-study or an introductory course in programming. Features: describes the creation and use of HTML
documents; presents fundamental concepts of client-side and server
implementation of arrays, built-in and user-defined methods and functions, math capabilities, and input processing with HTML
forms; extends programming fundamentals to include reading and writing server
-based files, command-line interfaces, and an introduction to GD graphics; appendices include a brief introduction to using a “pseudocode” approach to organizing solutions to computing problems; includes a Glossary and an extensive set of programming exercises.