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which book cannot be missed after reading 'PHP for the World Wide Web:
Visual QuickStart Guide' from Larry Ullman (which is pretty good)?
Feb 5 '07 #1
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On Feb 5, 9:05 am, "Martijn Mulder" <i@mwrote:
which book cannot be missed after reading 'PHP for the World Wide Web:
Visual QuickStart Guide' from Larry Ullman (which is pretty good)?
If you want to understand more on how PHP operates:

"Programming PHP" published by OReilley is a really good read written
by the PHP creators it goes into good depth on the PHP syntax. A
definately good reference.

If you are looking for code to learn from PHP Cookbook by OReilley is
pretty good (though I don't like all their examples).

Feb 6 '07 #2

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la***@portcommodore.com wrote:
On Feb 5, 9:05 am, "Martijn Mulder" <i@mwrote:
>which book cannot be missed after reading 'PHP for the World Wide Web:
Visual QuickStart Guide' from Larry Ullman (which is pretty good)?

If you want to understand more on how PHP operates:

"Programming PHP" published by OReilley is a really good read written
by the PHP creators it goes into good depth on the PHP syntax. A
definately good reference.

If you are looking for code to learn from PHP Cookbook by OReilley is
pretty good (though I don't like all their examples).
Good advise.
When you start coding, don't underestimate www.php.net.
When a functions behaves different than you expected, or your code explodes
right into your face, just look up the function, and search through the
usercontributed notes.
They are often very useful.

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Feb 6 '07 #3

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