Object-Oriented Features New to PHP 5

Chapter 3 - from the book Object-Oriented PHP by Peter Lavin -- Reprinted by permission from No Starch Press. Available at booksellers now. Full details are at the bottom of the article.
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This book is way worth getting

Alexander's picture

Hello,

as a beginner / intermediate programmer i would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is looking to improve his PHP programming skills.

although this book requires some previous skills, reading it once or twice to understand wouldn't hurt.

Alexander

Interesting Read

Jonathan Zencovich's picture

Interesting Read, I have yet to use much of PHP 5. Perhaps it's time for me to give it a serious try :)

Thanks to No Starch Press for allowing this free preview to Chapter 3 of Object-Oriented PHP. I may decide to get a copy because of this post :)

-- | http://jzencovich.blogspot.com

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