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Hey guys & girls.

I'm trying to learn PHP at the moment as I will be needing it to create a login system and possibly an upload system for my final major project at University.

The problem is, it's not going too well!

Now I have a server that is PHP enabled so I can test to see if code is working etc. But the thing that is baffling me at the moment is how exactly you get the information you have created in a table/tables to do something or connect to something?!

I was just wondering if anyone knows of any reasonably good tutorial websites that may aid in my understanding of PHP & MYSQL Databases.

Regards,

Chris :mac:
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Here are some of my favs.

php-mysql-tutorial
phpfreaks
goodphptutorials
zend

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