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PERL and PHP 1
What is PHP?

PHP, which stands for "Hypertext Preprocessor", is a server-side, HTML embedded scripting language used to create dynamic Web pages. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with some unique features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow Web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly.

What is PHP-GTK ?

PHP-GTK is the Cinderella of the PHP world. Most people dismiss it as an impractical curiosity trying to fit in where it doesn't belong. It is a desktop application extension stuck in a web developer's language. After all, most PHP developers make their money building websites. To all of these “Wicked Step-Sisters” I say, don't be so quick to judge. Take a moment to look beneath the surface and glimpse at PHP-GTK's true potential.

PHP 4.4.6 Released

The PHP development team would like to announce the immediate availability of PHP 4.4.6. The main issue that this release addresses is a crash problem that was introduced in PHP 4.4.5. The problem occurs when session variables are used while register_globals is enabled. Details about the PHP 4.4.6 release can be found in the release announcement for 4.4.6, the full list of changes is available in the ChangeLog for PHP 4.

PHP 5 Power Programming

PHP 5's co-creator and two leading PHP developers show you how to make the most of PHP 5's industrial-strength enhancements in any project—no matter how large or complex. Their unique insights and realistic examples illuminate PHP 5's new object model, powerful design patterns, improved XML Web services support, and much more. Whether you're creating web applications, extensions, packages, or shell scripts—or migrating PHP 4 code—here are high-powered solutions you won't find anywhere else.

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