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    Php, Mysql

    im actually want to learn about PHP and MYSQL.. but my problem i dont know how to start, i mean what software should i use and what server should i use (APACHE or IIS)....

    please help me... coz i'm newbiee
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    Hi pete_black,

    If you want to learn PHP and MYSQL...here's some resources...

    http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorials/PHP/Security/1
    Free PHP Security Tutorials

    http://www.websitedatabases.com/
    PHP MySQL | Web Database Software

    http://www.phpbuilder.com/columns/nair20011003.php3
    PHPBuilder.com, the best resource for PHP tutorials, templates, PHP manuals, content management systems, scripts, classes and more.

    http://www.codingforums.com/archive/index.php/f-6-p-23
    CodingForums.com - PHP

    http://ca3.php.net/function.gethostbyaddr
    PHP: gethostbyaddr - Manual

    and...

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=268961
    AntiOnline - Programming Information/Tutorial Sites

    as for software and servers...I'll leave that for someone more qualified than me.

    Eg

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    Very nice website from Egaladeist but my personal favorite tutorial for PHP still remains being http://www.php.net/manual/en/ well actually now that I see it I'm not sure if it's a tutorial or a manual..but oh well, it's how I learned.
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    Step 1: Install MySQL, I would recomend using windows because its installers and configs are alot simpler than in linux

    Step 2: Install PHP.

    Step 3: Install Apache (Don't use IIS, its PHP support is subpar and its generaly unsecure and nasty. Plus it smells funny.)

    Step 4: Follow PHP and Apache information on how to intergrate the two.

    Step 4.2: Troll #php @ irc.freenode.org if you need help.

    Generaly, looking up information on PHP is easy, just go to php.net/<your function here> and it will bring up the information you need, their search is a little poor but there are loads of example programs that are very useful.
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    You could install xampp (on Windows) or LAMPP on Linux, this installs Apache, PHP, Perl, mySQL, and some other goodies. You can get these at the ApacheFriends website. As for learning PHP and mySQL, they covered most of the good sites, however I would also suggest PHPFreaks.

    Another thing I would recomend to help you learn PHP, would be to take apart other peoples code, to see what does what.

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    thanks guys.... for ur support...
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