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#1 2005-09-15 23:49:46

z4ziggy
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looking for online php book(s)

heya,

im looking for an online php book. the more the better. any suggestions/links?

thanks in advance.

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#2 2005-09-16 01:18:57

cactus
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Re: looking for online php book(s)

online? the best online php resource is the php documentation itself.
I know a few 'off the shelf' books that are very good..


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#3 2005-09-16 12:16:37

z4ziggy
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Re: looking for online php book(s)

well, my friend is looking for something like "the idiots guide" for php, but free, and online...
the only link i have atm is http://www.clipx.net/norton.php but im looking for more...

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#4 2005-09-16 17:42:34

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Re: looking for online php book(s)

why not php's site?  I looked around for a while, and that seemed like it was the most thorough, even for beginners.

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#5 2005-09-18 02:32:12

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Re: looking for online php book(s)

If your friend is really serious about learning PHP it's best to actually buy a book as they're much better (usually) than what's available online.

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#6 2005-09-18 02:43:15

z4ziggy
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Re: looking for online php book(s)

yep, i think i'll buy him "the idiots guide" as a present smile

tnx for your time friends.

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#7 2005-09-30 16:29:32

yak8998
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Re: looking for online php book(s)

the "quickstart" guides have always been sweet for me, I have the html, java and php (4) ones. i dont know if they released an updated one for php 5, but i still reference my copy a lot. that combined with the php.net manual, and i havent had anything that took me more than 5 mins to figure out


"Ignorance is bliss, for stupid people."
"open-source is [...] programming Darwinism."
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