ApPHP Data Validator: Validate sets of values in different ways

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This package can validate sets of values in different ways.

There is a data container class that can abstract the access to a set of values to be validated, like for instance the values of $_POST, $_GET, $_REQUEST.

Several other classes can implement different types of validation on the given set of values, like validating the values as strings, numbers, e-mail addresses and URLs.

If any of the set values is invalid, it is possible to retrieve the error messages associated to the unsatisfied validation rules.

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// Advanced Power of PHP
// ---------------------
// ApPHP DataValidator Basic
// Version: 1.0.1

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ApPHP DataValidator is a simple lightweight tool useful for primary general data
checks. It handles numbers, strings, emails, URLs. A range of parameters is
provided for a wide variety of different verifications. All parameters are used
optionally and could be switched on and off for every specific value.

The DataValidator component excepts an array or an object as data container, so it
can be easily used to check values got by HTTP request, obtained from data base,
parsed XML or CSV file or any other source as soon as data are in correct format
(array('key'=>'value')). Error handling is made easy and flexible. If validation
fails, you can either obtain a generated error-message or use error-details for
logging and user informing in you own style.

- Checks numbers for type, range, special values (null)
- Checks strings for size, pointing and spaces availability
- Checks URL for correct format
- Checks e-mail for correct format
- Can be stopped after the first validation failure or kept through all values
- Returns errors in a convenient way 
- Works with array of HTTP request as a default data source
- Excepts any data source in simple, natural for forms and data-base rows view

- docs/
   -- ChangeLog.txt
   -- GettingStarted.html
   -- Installation.html
- license/
   -- GNU License.txt
- examples/
   -- example_array.php
   -- example_array_code.php
   -- example_array_script.php
   -- example_form.php
   -- example_form_simple.php
   -- index.php
- validator.class.php
- index.html  
- readme.txt
- install.txt

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docs (3 files)
examples (5 files)
license (1 file)
index.html Doc. index.html
INSTALL.txt Doc. Installation Guide
README.txt Doc. ReadMe
validator.class.php Class Main Class

  Files  /  docs  
File Role Description
   ChangeLog.txt Doc. Documantation file
   GettingStarted.html Doc. Getting Started
   Installation.html Doc. Installation Guide

  Files  /  examples  
File Role Description
   example_array.php Example Example file
   example_array_script.php Example Example file
   example_form.php Example Example file
   example_form_simple.php Example Example file
   index.php Aux. Example file

  Files  /  license  
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   GNU_License.txt Lic. License

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