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Network Computing: Beginning PHP 4

Network Computing: Beginning PHP 4

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Dec 18, 2000


"... The first thing that we will look at in this chapter is how to write a very basic PHP page and get it functioning on our web server, while answering questions about how it works and what the code is doing. Once we've worked through this, we'll examine the role of the web server and find out, in greater detail, how PHP actually works."

"Once we've established, at a fairly basic level, what goes on under the hood of PHP, we will take a look at some of the principal building blocks of the language, and how we can use PHP to store information in our web pages. Every programming language requires a mechanism for storing information and attaching it to an identifier, which you can then reference for later use. ..." The first thing that we will look at in this chapter is how to write a very basic PHP page and get it functioning on our web server, while answering questions about how it works and what the code is doing. Once we've worked through this, we'll examine the role of the web server and find out, in greater detail, how PHP actually works.

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