PHP 4.3.0 released

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    PHP 4.3.0 released

    PHP 4.3.0 Released!
    [27-Dec-2002] The PHP developers are pleased to announce the immediate availability of PHP 4.3.0, the latest and greatest version of this extremely popular and widely used scripting language.

    This release contains a multitude of changes, bug fixes and improvements over the previous one, PHP 4.2.3. It further elevates PHP's standing as a serious contender in the general purpose scripting language arena. Please see the full release announcement.

    http://www.php.net/release_4_3_0.php

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    crap, the apache2 support is still experimental?? that sucks!
    OH well.
    I do like the improvements they made to installation, while still allowing for traditional manipulation of conf files. Can't wait to test it out fully.
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    Yeah

    But seems, that now PHP can beat ASP with the new Zend Engine v.2

    But I hope, that PHP 5, that releases next year in the summer, is standard for Apache 2.0

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    I love PHP, want a simple and powerfull language, specially if you combine it with your favourite DBMS

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    i was experimenting with ASP for a while, but now i wanna start with PHP because it's built in support for My SQL

    is reading the manual that comes from the Site enough to get me started or do i have to get a book to learn properly?
    oh i'm sorry! i didn;t realize my fist was rushing to meet ur face!

    MSN :: commander_android@hotmail.com []*[]

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    Originally posted by Commander
    i was experimenting with ASP for a while, but now i wanna start with PHP because it's built in support for My SQL

    is reading the manual that comes from the Site enough to get me started or do i have to get a book to learn properly?
    the manual is good only as a reference....
    www.devshed.com is the way to go, it's how i learned it, they have material for both the newbie and the veteran.
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