On 8 Mar 2001 19:26:45 -0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] ("Andrew
Halliday") wrote:

>dont bother reading books...if you have coded any c,c++,java,<just about any
>language> these books are 80% fluff.
>All you need is the php manual, a project to start dabbling and this

That's what I've been doing. I'm "dabbling" in a GPL'ed web app which
I'm trying to learn a few new tricks. It's frustrating at times but it
is a way of learning "the hard way". (I've got a PHP book which I've
found extremely boring and don't read).

The benefit of a (good) book is that you could (hopefully) learn from
someone able to teach well. Rather than pouring over the dry php

V e r b a l

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