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PostPosted: Fri Nov 15, 2002 1:14 am 
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Hi, i'm looking for references (webpages, tutorials) and/or books on the topics of
PHP, MySQL and Perl.
In particular using php and mysql together.

Anything that you can reccomend or link to would be great.

Thanks.

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Probablyt he best place to start is teh PHP manual...most distros should have it.

Check the documnetation at www.php.net and www.mysql.org

Betweent the docs at those two pages you should get a good basic understanding. Any books by O'Reilly are usually a good place to start as well.

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http://www.sitepoint.com/

They have a book.... Dean from AusForum bought it and said it helped heaps.. its about $70

I am going to get it when I have some spare cash :)

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Great site thanks!

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