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This review is from: PHP Reference: Beginner to Intermediate PHP5 (Paperback)
As a casual PHP coder (I pick it back up every few months to add to my websites or tweak something), I have found this book to be a perfect fit.
The author breaks the whole book down into the typical sections: String functions, Array functions, MySQL, etc. Like many other books I've purchased, I can always learn more by flipping through a chapter page-by-page, but I pick this book up more often because I can quickly get around to exactly what I need because it is focused around the functions and operators that are key to doing everything in PHP.
I actually keep a bookmark in the RegEx and Date() pages because I refer back to them so frequently to 'refresh'. It's an excellent book that hasn't disappointed me yet when I dust it off and start coding again.
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Initial post: Jan 5, 2010, 5:04:31 PM PST
David M. Tang says:
were the pages inside your book slightly yellow or dimmed, as if the publisher used poor quality paper?
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