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    Learning PHP for beginners

    What's a good online tutorial(s) for someone who wants to learn PHP?

    Any suggestions?

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    Sure - www.phpbuilder.com

    That's how I learned it...

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    Kevin Yanks' tutorial has been well received :

    http://www.webmasterbase.com/article.php?aid=228&pid=0

    If you can hold out for a few weeks we're releasing it as a hard-copy book. The whole thing has been revisited with extra chapters added.

    It's much easier to read in print, it's very long...
    Mark Harbottle - Co-Founder
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    Kevin Yank's tutorial is great. But, you're going to need more than just one or two sources. So in addition, take a look at Devshed's PHP Introduction and PHP_101 articles. You can find them here:
    Introduction:
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/Introduction/
    PHP_101 Series 1 though 5:
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/PHP101_1/
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/PHP101_2/
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/PHP101_3/
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/PHP101_4/
    http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/PHP101_5/
    I wish you the best of luck, PHP is definitely the best server-side language to learn and use (at the moment).
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    sense enough to be lazy.

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    I agree with Aes. That's where I learned it too.

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    Ahhh ... delem!
    I feel a dance coming on!
    ::does the macarena::
    Colin Anderson
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    sense enough to be lazy.

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    Haha.
    PHP Code:
    extend($hands["right"], $hands["left"]);
    turn($hands["right"], $hands["left"], 180$y);
    touch($hands["right"], $hands["left"], $head);
    touch($hands["right"], $hands["left"], $booty);
    shake($booty); 
    I think I forgot a step somewhere or other... Oh well, I guess I'll get some sort of parse error.

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    PHP Learning Sites

    Hello

    There is a list of PHP tutorials over internet at below address:

    http://www.programminguni.com/tutorials.html

    I think there is a listing of 15-20 best PHP tutorials there.

    I have written a small PHP tutorial "Jump into PHP and MySQL".
    You can read it at

    http://www.onlineprogrammer.org

    Regards
    Siamak Sarmady


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