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PHP Pocket Reference 2e (Anglais) Broché – 28 décembre 2002

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52 internautes sur 53 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Disappointing 12 mars 2000
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The most serious problem with this book is that there's no index. If you want to remind yourself of what arguments a particular function needs, you have to work out which category the function falls in and hunt through the appropriate chapter.
It's useful as a reference if you can't get at the online PHP manual, but I've found that I rarely use it now. Maybe it's simply that the annotated online manual is so good, the book is redundant.
Having said that, some of the example code provided is extremely useful, though the code layout suffers from the small size of the pages.
17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A good reference, no more no less. 22 mai 2000
Par Brian Donnelly - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Honestly if you are looking into buying this book take a look at O'Reilly's "Webmaster in a nutshell" before you buy this. The information in here is pretty much a repeat of everything in there, only the Webmaster book contains a lot more valuable and exstensive knowlege base in regards to not just PHP. If you just want a simple, small reference with information that is readily available for free on the web then you may find this useful, otherwise don't bother. I have to give it some credit because the book dosen't claim to be any more than it is and it is pretty inexpensive.
13 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Pretty lame 18 mai 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Well, for starters: there's no index. How did that slip through the cracks? Since the functions are grouped by type, you need to know what the function is before you can look up what it is, or just flip through 114 pages scanning for it, which leads to problem number 2: the typography is such that the function names blend right into the text.
The function reference identifies what is returned by the functions by data type (e.g., integer), but not whether it's a pointer to an array or just a number, or what. The Leon Atkinson book, otherwise even lamer than this book, at least got that part right.
Advice to O'Reilly: give up on the pretense of always having the "preeminent expert" write your books. Get professional technical writers, partner them with the big name "creators" of the technology, and the quality and timeliness of the books will improve. Thank god Larry Wall didn't write the Perl book. O'Reilly doesn't have the field all to itself anymore, so they shouldn't be resting on their laurels.
13 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Worthless 17 janvier 2004
Par snarkyFish - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The book needs an index...
also, the function list.. (very lengthy) is very poorly organized and layed out..
each line starts with the output type of the function.. (int,string,bool) etc.
consequently scanning the index for the function you're looking for is extreemely difficult.
You cant even easily find where you are in the alphabetized list without sifting through a buncha lines starting with 'string','int','bool'
it's a worthless pocket reference.
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A great disappointment 20 mai 2003
Par Boom - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I have been a fan of O-Reilly Pocket References for some time. My colleagues would say that I am highly vested in them. Sadly, this is the worst one I've seen.
The first section is actually laid out very well. The syntax highlighting and language basics are described with succinctness and efficiency.
As for the second section, the function reference, it is basically worthless. Taking up a bulk of the text, this 97 page listing is nearly pointless, as so many have said before me. The listing is completely alphabetical, which means you have to know what you are looking for before you look for it. Assuming you know what to look for, then you most likely have some idea what the syntax is, making this, sadly, a waste of effort (although, I can't deny that a syntax reference can be useful, if organized properly).
I'd have two suggestions for the next edition. The function reference would be decent if it were categorized. Since this would prevent alphabetical ordering of entries, my second recommendation is an index, which many reviewers have requested before.
With this said, don't bother with this product (2nd edition), unless you *KNOW* PHP.
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