Like Donncha, I've never read a PHP book, but "Professional PHP Programming"
used to come highly recommended on phpbuilder.com when I used to hang around
there, not least because Jesus M. Castagnetto used to hang around there
too -- I learned a lot of what I know from him. It may be a little out of
date now - it won't cover some of the stuff introduced in PHP4 - but it
should still cover the basics admirably.
That's php.net's Amazon associate id, not mine. ^^^^^^^^^
+ -----Original Message-----
+ From: cork-admin at linux.ie [mailto:cork-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
+ Angela Heenan
+ Sent: 27 September 2002 12:44
+ To: cork at linux.ie
+ Subject: [CLUG] OT php
+ Was just wondering if anyone could tell me a good book on php.
+ Cork maillist - Cork at linux.ie
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