On 7 April 2011 13:51, Andy McKenzie <amckenz...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 12:15 AM, Kirk Bailey <kbai...@howlermonkey.net> wrote:
>> If I only had 1 book on php, what would it be?
>> Very Truly yours,
>> - Kirk Bailey,
>> Largo Florida
> My most common reference is, as other people have said, www.php.net.
> But when I reach for a paper book for some reason, it's usually
> because I can't remember something really basic, and I reach for
> Beginning PHP4 from WROX press. It's out of date, but the concepts
> are still right, and the basic stuff still works the same way. I
> haven't bought the newer Beginning PHP5 yet, but if I were going to
> buy just one, it would probably be that.
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If you are on Windows or have a CHM viewer, then the offline manuals
available from http://www.php.net/download-docs.php are as good as a
book as it gets.
There is a version of PhD ready to roll which produces the CHM files
with the user notes embedded, so you can get the whole kablooey in 1
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