> I'm sure everybody will have different optinions on this but...
>Ha! Understatement of the month.
> what would you guys reccomend when it comes to scripting languages? I'm
> thinking of learning one for the fun of it and to do some fiddling with
> online databases for websites (dynamically generated webpages and all that
> jazz). What would you guys recommend I use, given that there are a few
>Ok, we had this only the other day on WEBDEV, but when it comes to FUN, the
language you're looking for is PHP, no contender. Here's a set of links I
prepared for someone far prettier than you in a drunken state one night:
# PHP #
PHP doesn't get simpler than the official PHP primer. If you're having
trouble with this after a month, it's time to give up.
Your next stops should be here:
The PHP documentation. Probably better to play with a few scripts first, get
the hang of the language. /Invaluable/ later on.
FAQ's, primers, cool resources:
Same as cgi.resourceindex.com, only PHP and far cooler.
Where the real PHP coders live these days.
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