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Old 2008-04-11, 15:18   Link #1
Tiberium Wolf
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Recommendations on PHP tutorial

I know that if I use google I can find a lot of sites with tutorials starting from basic and on. But I want to know if anyone here has any online tutorial that you would recommend. (presuming that you start from 0 knowledge of PHP)
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Old 2008-04-11, 18:06   Link #2
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The one on php.net. It is really easy to pick up and go if you are familiar with any similar languages.
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Old 2008-04-12, 05:49   Link #3
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www.w3schools.com > Anything about web application...

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The one on php.net. It is really easy to pick up and go if you are familiar with any similar languages.
And it's included when you download PHP from there...
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Old 2008-04-12, 09:23   Link #4
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My experience support bayoab's observation as well. I hadn't programmed since college, though I've used computers for many other applications over the years. I decided to teach myself PHP about a decade ago and started writing simple applications using those decidedly out-of-date programming skills. At that time PHP was around version 2 or 3 and was strictly procedural. That made it rather easy for someone like me with a background in languages like FORTRAN and PASCAL to pick up.

I think I'm a decent PHP programmer. I've built some rather complex database-driven sites using it, and I've learned how to use classes and objects. Most importantly, I think I write fairly secure code. Having never had any formal education in contemporary programming methods, I find books like Advanced PHP Programming that describe its new (version 5) object features pretty daunting. What I find most appealing about PHP is the incredibly wide array of functions it supports and the relative simplicity of its syntax.
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Old 2008-04-14, 07:08   Link #5
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Thx. I'll check them out!
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