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Prestwood IT Newsletter Sep 2009 Issue - PHP Edition

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  September 2009 - PHP Edition Year 11 Issue 9  
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Wes Peterson
General Coding Concepts topic:
Is Native Code Irrelevant?
by Wes Peterson

With Microsoft heavily evangelizing .NET, and Sun continuing to improve Java, many a developer and customer are torn between targeting native machine code or a just-in-time compiler.

Here we take a quick look at that particular state of the union...

Windows Users topic (classic post):
Speed Up Your Windows Computer for FREE
by Mike Prestwood

If your computer was fast but is now slow, you can use techniques such as adware removers, defrag, and others to bring your PC back to life! You can also add hardware to speed up your computer (RAM, SATA HD, better video card, etc.).


psSendMail DLL topic:
v1.1 Documentation
by Wes Peterson
v1.1 of psSendMail will soon be replaced by v2.





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Beginners Corner topic (classic post):
PHP Variables ($x = 0;)
by Mike Prestwood

PHP is a loosely typed language. No variable types in PHP. Declaring and using variables are a bit different than in other languages. In PHP, you identify and use a variable with a $ even within strings!

You assign by reference with & as in &$MyVar.


 Monthly PHP Lesson
Language Reference Topic:
Code Snippet of the Month

PHP uses functions and loosely typed parameters. Function definitions can come before or after their usage so my preference when mixing PHP in with a mostly HTML page is to put the functions after the </html> tag.

function sayHello($pName) {

 echo "Hello " . $pName . "<br>";
}
 
function add($p1, $p2) {

 return $p1 + $p2;
}
Education (Audio/Video) Topic:
Resource Link of the Month: Video: What's New in Delphi for PHP 2

What's new with Delphi for PHP 2.0 by Nick Hodges (Delphi for PHP product manager).



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