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  September 2010 - PHP Edition Year 12 Issue 9  
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Expert guidance from working professionals!
Help Wanted! topic:
Contribute To The Prestwood Community
by Mike Prestwood
We are always looking for talented developers to participate in our message boards, post articles, etc.

IT Water-Cooler for Power-Users topic:
Windows GREP - Great Tool
by Wes Peterson

You know (or think) the file is out there.  You have a pretty good idea about one or two things that are (or ought) to be in it.  Find it fast with Windows GREP.






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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
PHP Topic:
Code Snippet of the Month

In .PHPhtml pages, you embed PHP code between <?PHP and ?>.

For PHP, JavaScript, Java,and C++, I prefer to put the first { at the end of the first line of the code block as in the example above because I see morePHP codeformatted that way (and on PHP.Net).

PHP Alternative Syntax

Although I don't like to use it, PHP offers an alternative syntax for if, while, for, foreach, and switch. These code blocks are surrounded by statement ending keywords that all use End with camel caps such as endif, endwhile, endfor, endforeach,and endswitch.

<?PHP
$x = "Yes";
//Simple if
If ($x == "Yes")

echo "hello world";
 
//If with a block of code.

If ($x == "Yes") {

echo "Hello world";
  echo "I am a PHP coder!";
}
?>
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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