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PHP 7 Quick Scripting Reference

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PHP 7 Quick Scripting Reference

 

Categories:  Computers & Technology, Programming, Software Design, Software Development, PHP

 

Short description:

This pocket reference guide with the new PHP 7.0 release

 

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Number of Pages:  138

Rating after Reading: 

6.0 out of 10 (1)
 

Readers opinion:

3 years ago
Do not recommend it as a scripting reference, only as a newbie first book.

FieryCat  

3 years ago
Easy to read, nice short samples. But it's too short in details and one big error: missing part of Error classes. In PHP 7 it's possible to catch errors: try { $value = $this->n % 0; } catch (DivisionByZeroError $e) { return $e->getMessage(); }

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This pocket reference guide has been updated with the new PHP 7.0 release. It is a condensed, code-rich scripting and syntax handbook for the PHP scripting language. PHP 7 Quick Scripting Reference presents the essential PHP script in a well-organized format.

You won’t find any technical jargon, bloated samples, drawn out history lessons or witty stories in this book. What you will find is a Web scripting language reference that is concise, to the point and highly accessible. The book is packed with useful information and is a must-have for any PHP programmer or Web developer.

In it, you will find a concise reference to the PHP 7 scripting language syntax. It includes short, simple and focused code examples and a well laid out table of contents and a comprehensive index allowing easy review.


What you’ll learn

Who this book is for

Experienced PHP programmers and web developers, who may be new to PHP.

 

ISBN:  9781484219218

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 3 years ago

Do not recommend it as a scripting reference, only as a newbie first book.

 3 years ago

Easy to read, nice short samples. But it's too short in details and one big error: missing part of Error classes. In PHP 7 it's possible to catch errors: try { $value = $this->n % 0; } catch (DivisionByZeroError $e) { return $e->getMessage(); }