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I would like to know about the good books of PHP?
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 30-Jun-11 18:06pm    
Is "at home" makes any difference? No internet, or something else?
--SA

you can refer :

complete reference php by steven holzner

hope it helps :)
 
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In my opinion, this is more than enough: http://php.net/manual/en/index.php[^].

However, perhaps I did not get what do you mean "learn at home" (please see my question in a comment to your question). No internet? no computer? If you have a computer and not Internet you can always pre-download the course, and you can do exercises if you install PHP, Apache and Apache mod_php at your home computer.

Even if you read a book you should right PHP and run code down the road.

—SA
 
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