On 23 April 2010 13:15, David McGlone <da...@dmcentral.net> wrote:

> Is there a good strategy to studying PHP?
> For instance, is there a way to break everything down into small managable
> topics?
> --
> Blessings,
> David M.
Just build what you want to build and look things up when necessary. The
biggest part of learning any language is becoming able to creatively solve
problems within its realm of possibilities, and that's something you can't
really learn just by reading and solving textbook problems. Hands-on
experience is a very important key to understanding.

Keep an open mind, ask people for answers if things get difficult, always
assume that there's a better way to do something, and in a while you'll be
able to write perfectly decent programs.


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