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  1. #1
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    Since PHP and MySQL seem to go together, most books are written for both PHP and MySQL.

    What would you recommmend if a person is trying to learn both. Get a book on PHP only and then learn about MySQL later or get one of those books that has both PHP and MySQL in it?


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    Might as well learn both. Though you should realize that PHP doesn't necessarily tie you to MySQL... it supports just about all databases, and you should probably familiarize yourself with at least one other (PostgreSQL is my suggestion) so you konw what you're missing in MySQL.

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