Re: PHP Book?

by ShemaXod(at)

 Date:  Thu, 23 Sep 1999 10:40:15 EDT
 To:  hwg-basics(at)
  todo: View Thread, Original

<< > Can anyone recommend a good book for learning PHP? >>

Don't know any books, but here are a few articles that came in one of my mail 
lists.....hope they can help!


Elbow Grease - the Webmonkey newsletter

Thursday, 23 September 1999

PHP/MySQL Tutorial

According to Graeme, the open-source PHP and MySQL are the world's best
combination for creating data-driven sites. Is his mouth writing checks
that his butt can't cash? We don't think so! Make your way through his
three-day tutorial and before you know it, you'll be a PHP/MySQL pro, a
big fish in a little pond, a miscreant with lightning bolts bursting
from your overripe brain, etc.



PHP is a great language for making database-driven sites, among other
things. Jay thinks it's going to be a Big Deal, and Jay is never wrong
with his wild-eyed predictions (except when he was all, "I just saw 'The
Postman' this weekend and I think Kevin Costner should change his name
to Kevin Oscar!!!"). And when Jay likes to unwind after a hard day, he
turns to this site:


This is a great resource that covers a lot of technical stuff in a clear
and interesting fashion. If you've made your way through our PHP/MySQL
tutorial and want more, PHP Builder is the place to go.

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