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PHP Advanced for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickPro Guide by Larry Ullman

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PHP-Specific Sites

The first place every PHP programmer should be familiar with is PHP's official home page, found at www.php.net (Figure C.1). The most important pages there display the PHP Manual (www.php.net/manual/en) with user-submitted feedback on specific topics.

Figure C.1. By now you are most certainly familiar with the PHP home page, the first stop for all of your PHP needs.

A close second in utility to www.php.net is Zend's Web page, www.zend.com (Figure C.2). The PHP Manual can also be found there along with a code repository, tutorials, articles, PHP-specific software (see Chapter 12, Extending PHP, for two examples), and many other ...

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