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    Is there any training software available out there that helps you learn php. Something that would give exercises and correct you if you program something wrong? Is there such software available for php or any other languages?

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    Not really.. most of it is trial and error until you understand it.

    PHP is not a hard language though, follow some tutorials online and when you hit a snag ask the question on here.

    To get started download and install either xampp or uniformserver.
    "Tango says double quotes with a single ( ' ) quote in the middle"
    '$Name says single quotes with a double ( " ) quote in the middle'
    "Tango says double quotes ( \" ) must escape a double quote"
    '$Name single quotes ( \' ) must escape a single quote'

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    • #3
      I Found the best way to learn just about any programming language is not from a book, but "hands on experience". Think of the biggest project possible, read tutorials on what you're trying to accomplish etc.. Don't just Copy&Paste write it out and say what your writing out loud in a rhythm.
      Give each {}<>./$ different names

      I Did this with learning vb and eventually, you will just know and code in rhythm. Trying this method with php, because i'm trying to learn php myself.. lol
      Last edited by kor81; Aug 24, 2011, 09:09 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by kor81 View Post
        Don't just Copy&Paste write it out and say what your writing out loud in a rhythm.
        Give each {}<>./$ different names
        I'm going to try this!

        Thanks
        Coolest

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Coolest View Post
          I'm going to try this!

          Thanks
          Worked for me when i was learning visual basics

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          • #6
            Originally posted by kor81 View Post
            I Found the best way to learn just about any programming language is not from a book, but "hands on experience". Think of the biggest project possible, read tutorials on what you're trying to accomplish etc.. Don't just Copy&Paste write it out and say what your writing out loud in a rhythm.
            Give each {}<>./$ different names

            I Did this with learning vb and eventually, you will just know and code in rhythm. Trying this method with php, because i'm trying to learn php myself.. lol
            omg that is so I how I do it - I get some really funny looks when I sit there talking to myself and I've gone through several notebooks but it definitely works!

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