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Old 04-17-2002, 05:55 PM   #1
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Default need book recommendation

I'm looking for a good book on PHP (beginner to mid level). Unfortunately the only one I see here is related to Flash and I really just need plain 'ol PHP (i think).

I looked at this book and was going to order it on Amazon, anyone have any thoughts?

Also why aren't books like this on the list? I know they aren't related to flash but it seems like there's enough commonality and income is income. If I buy it I'll write a review and send it in. ?

(will probably go something like "fell alseep two minutes into it, drolled on myself while dog ate the rest.")
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Old 04-17-2002, 07:12 PM   #2
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vile, don't know php, but i have found the 'wrox' books invaluable for teaching myself other technologies ie. asp, ado, com.
good luck.
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