> On Fri, 14 Nov 2003 15:29:11 GMT, Default User wrote:
>>time waster wrote:
>>>Where can I find a really really good tutorial for learning PHP?
>>>Most I've seen so far only touch on the basics of what php is but don't explain
>>>what else you can do with it.
>>>Like one site did have the 700 plus possible commands that can be used by php.
>>>What I want is a site that will explain more than just how to print "hello
>>>world" or a name to the screen.
>>>thank you all very much.
>>The best source is [url]http://php.net[/url]
>>That has a full manual and many other resources, and is run by the crew
>>that invented the language.
> If you don't know it already, and you don't mind a bit more involvement,
> I'd recommend learning the basics of (straight console-mode) C++ first.
> It's the first thing I learned, and the concepts you'll pick up are
> invaluable in learning a lot of similarily-structured, or derivative,
> into things like * pointers, but knowing the structure and the
> Object-oriented themes helps immensely.
> If you're a ground-level PHP beginnner, you might try the ol' trusty
> Webmonkey, then (as mentioned) there's always PHP.net (if not a great
> beginner's resource, it will become an invaluable reference later on). If
> you have a good public library system where you are, don't forget to see if
> they have any relevant books. Never underestimate the power of O'Reilly.
> Good luck!
> -- Rudy Fleminger
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