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recommended books on PHP-MYSQL

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Any recommended books on PHP-MYSQL with serious examples in c++?

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Jack
Sep 10 '07 #1
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On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 10:30:10 +0200, Jack <Ja**@lack.net.ilwrote:
Any recommended books on PHP-MYSQL with serious examples in c++?
Not one book springs to mind with that combo. Why do you need examples in
C++?
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Sep 10 '07 #2

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On Sep 10, 9:30 am, "Jack" <J...@lack.net.ilwrote:
Any recommended books on PHP-MYSQL with serious examples in c++?

Regards

Jack
Why would a book on PHP-MYSQL have examples in c++ ???
If you want a book on PHP/MySQL get a book on PHP/MySQL, if you want a
book on c++ get a book on c++.
On that note, i would always reccomment the "Sams teach yourself..."
range of books such as

Sams Teach Yourself PHP, MYSQL and Apache: All in One

Sams Teach Yourself PHP in 24 Hours

Sams Teach Yourself MySQL in 24 Hours (This is a good book)
Or anything by O'Reilly Publishing is a good choice and can be in more
depth for intermediate/advanced.

Regards,

Paul

Sep 10 '07 #3

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Steve wrote:
>>Then he doesn't need a PHP-MySQL book with C++ examples - he needs
information on how to write PHP extensions in C++. Something completely
different.
I never met the fellow 'cept once in a chatroom - so I dunno what he needs
or doesn't... and trying to figure it out would be scope creep.

no wonder you don't like using "bizness lingo"...you don't even know what
"scope creep" is. and no, trying to figure out what he needs would not be
scope creep. it would be a wise, proactive step in having the op state what
he needs in more detail so we can quit guessing.
Well yeah - I'd probably do all that for a paycheck.
But he just asked a question in a chat room.
Sep 11 '07 #4

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On Sep 10, 1:30 am, "Jack" <J...@lack.net.ilwrote:
Any recommended books on PHP-MYSQL with serious examples in c++?

Regards

Jack
So what you are looking for is to develop a PHP extension. (the key
words here are development and extension) Do a google search for PHP
extension development or check the php.net site I am sure both would
be very helpful.

Most of this forum are users of the PHP language not people extending
it.

Sep 11 '07 #5

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"Sanders Kaufman" <bu***@kaufman.netwrote in message
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Steve wrote:
>>>Then he doesn't need a PHP-MySQL book with C++ examples - he needs
information on how to write PHP extensions in C++. Something
completely different.
I never met the fellow 'cept once in a chatroom - so I dunno what he
needs or doesn't... and trying to figure it out would be scope creep.

no wonder you don't like using "bizness lingo"...you don't even know what
"scope creep" is. and no, trying to figure out what he needs would not be
scope creep. it would be a wise, proactive step in having the op state
what he needs in more detail so we can quit guessing.

Well yeah - I'd probably do all that for a paycheck.
But he just asked a question in a chat room.
LOL. so you now agree with jerry? so it's a paycheck that makes him right or
not? were the handful of sentences he wrote so demanding of his (or your)
time that it warrants monetary consideration? hell, your diatribe on
"bizness lingo" was seven pages long if you combined all your
posts/responses from that thread. my suspicion is that you have large
chuncks of time available to you, and those being non-billable. wait...now
that i think of it, that's probably why you would be quibbling over a
paycheck.

btw, your response is yet again another diversion and does not challenge in
any way the validity of what was stated...you look silly again. you must be
young, inexperienced, and uneducated. i'd recommend taking a speech/debate
course at your local community college...pay close attention when they
discuss "logical fallacy"...you've produced two "red herrings" in as many
consecutive posts.
Sep 11 '07 #6

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On 11 Sep, 12:34, Sanders Kaufman <bu...@kaufman.netwrote:
Jerry Stuckle wrote:
Sanders Kaufman wrote:
macca wrote:
Why would a book on PHP-MYSQL have examples in c++ ???
Because PHP is written in C++ and is extensible through C++.
So? Linux is written in C. Does that mean a C book will help me
understand how to admin Linux better?

What a foolish question!
It would help you understand problems with, for instance, building a
kernel.

Sep 12 '07 #7

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Gremnebulin wrote:
On 11 Sep, 12:34, Sanders Kaufman <bu...@kaufman.netwrote:
>Jerry Stuckle wrote:
>>Sanders Kaufman wrote:
macca wrote:
Why would a book on PHP-MYSQL have examples in c++ ???
Because PHP is written in C++ and is extensible through C++.
So? Linux is written in C. Does that mean a C book will help me
understand how to admin Linux better?
What a foolish question!

It would help you understand problems with, for instance, building a
kernel.
That wasn't the question though, was it? Nothing was ever said about
building a kernel.

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Sep 12 '07 #8

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