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InfoWorld: Treasure trove: PHP offers features that will make your Web apps sparkle

Jun 19, 1999, 17:12 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Nicholas Petreley)

"PHP is a Web scripting language that is the functional equivalent of Microsoft's VBScript and Active Server Pages except that PHP is more platform-agnostic. PHP runs on most free and commercial versions of Unix. It currently has limited support for Apache..."

"There are already 500,000 Internet domains that use PHP3. A growing list of ISPs are offering support for PHP3. And you can find an impressive catalogue of commercial sites using PHP at

"PHP3 provides myriad powerful features for your Web applications."

"If you want to see a good example of PHP3 and MySQL on Linux in action, check out the site by SDN Online."

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