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- Geoff Berrow
November 19, 2004, 2:18 pm
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course. It's been going quite well and my boss has suggested I might
like to think of a slightly more advanced course. I want to give
students definitive information where possible and am looking for a book
to use as a text book to make sure I don't miss anything out or pass on
any bad habits I may have picked up.
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- R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah
November 19, 2004, 3:30 pm
Re: Best books
Best and advanced books are something "relative". Usually in a
single book, one may not get more than 2 new ideas/logic. If I found
more than 2 new ideas in a PHP book, it must be "Advanced PHP
Programming" by George Schlossnagle ISBN 81-297-0575-3. It is the only
PHP 5 book I have seen yet. One thing I couldn't accept in that great
book is the use of double quotes for strings and echo throughout the
<?php echo 'Just another PHP saint'; ?>
Re: Best books
I don't want to sound single-minded, but anything with O'REILLY printed on
the cover should be ok. :-)
Just make sure you get some recent distribution. (PHP develops quickly, as
If you are thinking about teaching objects in PHP, try:
The PHP Anthology: Object Oriented PHP Solutions (O'Reilly)