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Im not new here, just under a new user name. I was wondering where a good place to read about php would be. I have some experience in stuff like c++, q-basic, html, and java. If there is a live chat room I can go to to ask some questions about this please leave it here. The posts on forums and websites arent enough. Ive searched but I cant ask a tutorial a question it doesnt have the answer to. Any replies will be appreciated. o0 / -Bloody_Raven __

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http://www.faqts.com/knowledge_base/index.phtml/fid/51/

Try that, it''s excellent. And you can always ask here, you know - general programming forum should work fine.

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If you are a programmer, just read through the four first chapters in the manual at: http://www.php.net/manual/en/. That will give a good grasp on how it works, then just skim the function reference so you get an idea of what is available.

PHP is *very* easy, it took me no longer than a day to start using it in production. It is a neit combination of C, Java and Perl.

If you have any specific question, I can''t see why you couldn''t ask it here.

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Original post by Bloody_Raven
Im not new here, just under a new user name. I was wondering where a good place to read about php would be. I have some experience in stuff like c++, q-basic, html, and java. If there is a live chat room I can go to to ask some questions about this please leave it here. The posts on forums and websites arent enough. Ive searched but I cant ask a tutorial a question it doesnt have the answer to. Any replies will be appreciated.

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/ -Bloody_Raven
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Go on IRC under irc.freenode.net. There, you will find a good deal of PHP chat rooms. Take your pick.



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I''ve used DevShed''s PHP articles for a while. They have various articles ranging from absolute beginner to experienced user, which is nice. Some of them do use older versions of PHP (at least when I was using them), so you may have to check with the PHP manual on some syntax details, but the concepts are good.

Hope that helps.



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